Disciples Liberation - artwork

Dark fantasy strategy RPG that will let you duke it out with demigods? Kalypso Media will have your back when they release Disciples: Liberation to Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC later in 2021. 

Set for launch at some point in Q4 2021, Disciples: Liberation comes from the Kalypso team and Frima Studio, as they combine to deliver a brand new mature, dark fantasy strategy RPG. And honestly, Disciples does not look like it’s going to be for the squeamish. 

Marking a brand new start for the franchise, Disciples: Liberation will see players dropped into a deep, detailed, dark fantasy land, one that is populated with numerous beasts. It’ll be through the power of turn-based combat where Liberation comes alive, as you fight back forevermore, all as you take on hundreds of unique quests and build relationships with an array of different factions. 

Disciples Liberation

Forging alliances is the key to success in Liberation, and by doing so you’ll be able to then focus time on other aspects, namely building armies and trading for precious resources. The thing is, in Disciples: Liberation there is no choice without consequence and so one slightly incorrect move could have dire reactions. And yep, that domino effect could well be deadly. 

Whilst a Q4 2021 release on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC is set, a closed PC alpha will be available soon, letting a good few hundred folk get hands on with the game. You should be able to sign up to that here

In all, the key features of Disciples: Liberation include: So, what do we think? Sold on what Frima and Kalypso have got up their sleeves? The trailer below should give more insight. Give it a watch and let us know your thoughts in the comments. You can get the old wishlisting magic moving on Steam too.

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