Hand Of Fate 2 Launches On November 7

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The sequel to Hand of Fate is coming to consoles and PC on November 7, 2017 with 4K HD support on the Xbox One X.

The Dealer, Hand of Fate’s magical antagonist, returns seeking vengeance following his defeat in the first title. Under the destructive influence of Hand of Fate’s original hero, a xenophobic tyrant has crowned himself emperor, banned all magic and exiled the non-human races. Hand of Fate 2’s new hero must master the Game of Life and Death to exact the Dealer’s revenge and topple the oppressive empire.

The sequel introduces new gameplay elements to the franchise, like companions that give support in battle, have their own storyline and other perks. The fourth and last companion introduced with this announcement was Ariadne of Stiegal, a melee tank character with armor break abilities that joins the rest of the allies; Malaclypse, Colbjorn and Estrella Fiore.

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Other features include new weapons, fighting styles, card boosts, victory conditions, bosses, enemies and storylines.

We’re excited to finally lock in a release date for Hand of Fate 2,” said Morgan Jaffit, Director, Defiant Development. “The team has been keeping our heads down working on the game, and now that we’re nearly done, I can safely say this marks a new chapter in the level of quality we can achieve. I’m incredibly proud of this group and can’t wait to show their work to the world.

Hand of Fate 2’s launch price will be $29.99 USD, €24.99, and $29.99 AUD (22.83 GBP) and will be available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Ukrainian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese.

The game launches for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and PC on November 7, 2017. And will have 4K HD support on the Xbox One X at launch.

Source :
Games Press

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