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Swords and Sorcery: Sovereign Announced

Swords and Sorcery: Sovereign Announced

Game News - posted by Zed on Mon 15 October 2012, 05:31:48

Tags: OlderBytes; Swords and Sorcery: Sovereign

Today Charles (of OlderBytes) announced Sword and Sorcery: Sovereign, the sequel to Swords and Sorcery: Underworld. The game will remain true to its classic dungeon-crawling roots, while expanding on... pretty much everything.

Swords and Sorcery – Sovereign will be a continuation of its predecessor , while expanding on its foundation in many ways.

Sovereign will take place in a large, open world that includes cities, villages, citadels, forests, mountain chains, glaciers, swamps, desert, caverns and dungeons… Your party of adventurers will deal with friends and foes as they had previously, but also with factions, political forces and alliances they can weigh into, or try to break. But they can also ignore them and choose to focus on other, perhaps more urgent preoccupations.

Sovereign will introduce two new classes, druid and hunter.

An extended set of spells and abilities.

Active character creation and development.

Crafting and factions.


There's also a bit of backstory for Sovereign included in the announcement that you can read at the Swords and Sorcery website. There will also be a video coming soon showing some of the new environments and interface. And finally, don't forget to check out the Workshop thread.

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