There’s a good looking tactics RPG coming to consoles on April 30

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News by Matt S.

We do love our tactics RPGs at From the spectacular The Banner Saga and God Wars to the classics such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre, it’s been a genre that has really stuck with us over the years. The next one we have to look forward to is Fell Seal, and it releases on April 30 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam).

The game is developed by 6 Eyes Studio, and published by 1C Entertainment. It is currently available in Early Access form on PC, and the game’s description, according to its Steam listing:

  • Experience an epic and mature story, unfolding through over 40 major encounters and topped with challenging end-game content.
  • A deep and complex class system with over 20 classes and 200 abilities lets you truly customize every one of your characters through the selection of their class, sub-class, and passives. Carefully craft the character you envision, be it a versatile generalist, a dedicated spell-caster, or a mighty foe-crushing specialist!
  • Classic tactical turn-based combat battles, with rugged terrain and elevation, taking place on beautifully hand-drawn environments.
  • Customize your troops’ appearance by selecting their portrait, outfit, colors and overall visuals from a wide selection.
  • Equip your army with over 240 pieces of equipment, either purchased, gathered from fallen enemies, or created from crafting.
We’re always up for more good tactics action!
– Matt S.
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