New Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance Game Announced (VIDEO
The Game Awards 2019 is off to an exciting start so far, with the show revealing loads of World Premiers such as Senua’s Sacrifice: Hellblade II as well as the newly announced Xbox Series X next-generation console, formerly known as Project Scarlett. Now, it appears that the folks over at Wizards of the Coast are looking to get into the action with a brand new Dungeons & Dragons game titled Dark Alliance.
Wizards of the Coast have teamed up with Tuque Games to create Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, a third-person action RPG that is slated to arrive on PC and unspecified consoles towards the latter half of 2020. The action-packed new trailer can be seen below:
There is currently very little other news regarding the new project, though Tuque Games VP of digital development Jeff Hattem released a statement alongside the reveal trailer. From the moment I founded Tuque, our team has known that we wanted to bring our passion for D&D and creativity to the Dark Alliance series,” he said.
We’re taking players on an epic journey through the harsh and violent Icewind Dale, where they’re going to need to use their wits, their weapons and their party members to help them survive the iconic monsters we’re going to send their way.”
As mentioned, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is slated to release in late 2020 for PC and unspecified consoles.
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