Shiro Gamesthe original French video game developer Evoland, Northgard, and Dune: Spice Warstoday officially launched its Open world medieval tactical RPG, Wartales, on PC via Steam. The game, which has already sold over 400,000 copies during its early access phase, and received over 9,000 positive reviews on Steam (90% “very positive”, it is now available on the version 1.0 with a temporary 25% discount to celebrate its launch.

In Wartales, players are transported to a world ravaged by the Great Plague, where they must fight for survival, resources and funds to grow their party and uncover the complicated history of a land riddled with scars. of war. With a vast open world, unique combat mechanics and over 100 hours of content, Wartales has become a classic of the genre, providing players with a challenging and immersive experience.
Thanks to community feedback during Early Access, Shiro Games added new content, diversified character customization and introduced cooperative play in December, allowing players to work together to manage their deadly band of mercenaries and strengthen as a team. The Alazar region is new to the game, featuring a new storyline, new armor sets for three factions, new enemies, and a unique mountain environment.

“Since the beginning of Early Access, every decision behind the game has been made with one idea in mind: to allow the player to do what they want to do and how they want to do it. We have gone to great lengths to cultivating this with our community, making decisions with the player firmly in mind, which has allowed us to make Wartales what it is today. We are thrilled and proud to see Wartales leaving Early Access and starting a new journey with our passionate community by our side,” said Quentin Lapeyre, Game Director at Shiro Games.

“Today marks the official release of the game we’ve been perfecting during an incredibly productive time in Early Access. We can’t stress enough how thrilled we are that our players are finally discovering (or rediscovering) the full experience as we have imagined it since the start of development more than 3 years ago.”

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