Ready to throw yourself into the deepest of fantasy campaigns. A game where every decision you make morphs the world? Whilst we patiently wait for the release of Baldur’s Gate 3 onto Xbox, Gloomhaven on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch might just be the next best thing.
Tough as Nails!
Branded as one of the hardest tactical RPGs, by developers Flaming Fowl Studios and Saber Interactive Minsk, Gloomhaven is now available on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch, following a 2021 PC release.
With a swathe of Very Positive reviews on Steam, and multiplayer cross-play enabled between all platforms, we can see many spending hundreds of hours immersed in this high-fantasy tRPG.
With over 280 unique scenarios set out across two deep campaigns, over 1000 abilities to combine with up to four online co-op friends, and a wealth of mercenaries to take to battle, there’s plenty to experiment with in Gloomhaven. It’s the latter that are especially intriguing; the mercenary you pick will have huge bearings on the card-based combat gameplay, and how you approach the game in general. Role-playing is firmly at the forefront of Gloomhaven.
- 21 unique mercenaries, each with their own playstyle
- A deep and challenging card-based combat
- Over 1100 abilities to combine
- More than 300 unique scenarios divided in two separate campaigns
- A branching narrative with lasting consequences
- 60 dreadful enemies & bosses
- Solo and online Co-op up to 4 players
Gloomhaven is now available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Switch and PC. The Mercenaries Edition will have you sorted for £33.49.
Meanwhile, the Gold Edition contains the Solo Scenarios: Mercenary Challenges DLC. It also holds the Jaws of the Lion DLC expansion.
Stick around for our review.
Gloomhave on Xbox Game Description
FROM GLOOM ONLY GREED AND DEATH EMERGE
Experience one of the hardest Tactical RPG and lead your band of mercenaries through and unforgivingland where every choice is crucial. Carve your way through terrifying dungeons, dreadful forests and dark caves filled with horrific monsters to reap your rewards… or die trying. Sell your sword to anyone who can afford it, may they be city officials or corrupt cultists. You are paid to get results and not ask questions. Where will you draw the line?