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‘Wildermyth’ RPG to Launch on Steam Early Access November 13th

An interesting computer RPG is going to arrive in early access on Steam next month from Worldwalker Games. Wildermyth promises to be character driven, procedurally generated, papercraft styled adventure for gamers of all ages. The turn based PC roleplaying game will be available in early access on November 13th and carry an MSRP of $19.99. Stay tuned as I might take the game out for a spin and kick the tires before it hits Steam.

From Worldwalker Games:

Wildermyth is a character-driven, procedurally-generated tactical RPG, designed to help you tell your wildest stories. Like the best tabletop roleplaying experiences, Wildermyth gives you choices and answers your every decision with consequences that drive your characters forward.

Lead a band of heroes as they grow from reluctant farmers into unique, legendary fighters. Combat unexpected threats and strange monsters across interactive battlefields. Unravel mysteries and share pensive moments in an ever-new fantasy setting that blends hard truths and sacrifice with humor and personal storytelling.

Where does your myth lead? Come help us uncover it!

  • Reminiscent of tabletop roleplaying, unique heroes are born in unique settings every game. They age, transform, fall in love, disagree, and make harrowing sacrifices.
  • Each hero brings their own organic history and personality with them, but your choices and combat skills are what decide their paths and outcomes.
  • All heroes die someday… but you get to hold on to your favorites. Reintroduce them in the next adventure, and over many lifetimes the myths you make will form your own legendary pantheon.

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Jeff McAleer

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