Trillion: God of Destruction PC release pushed back

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

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Whether you call the news a delay, or simply being moved, Trillion: God of Destruction will release on November 7. However, those looking forward to the game do face some good news. For starters, the game will be 40% off for its week-long launch. All of the free DLC will also be pre-installed too. The developers have also announced the following:

Deluxe Pack (accessible with game purchase) – $9.99
  • 7 Digital Novels – Learn more about each Overlord in these exclusive novels!
  • Digital Character Art Book – 21 pages filled with art of the Overlords and all your faithful servants!
  • Digital Rough Sketches Art Book – 18 pages of character sketches!
  • PC Wallpapers – 6 wallpapers so you can bring the Underworld to your PC!
  • Original Soundtrack – 11 tracks by composer Tenpei Sato!
On top of the 40% launch discount, you can get the Deluxe Bundle (game + Deluxe Pack) for an additional 10% off both the game and Deluxe Pack!
You can find more screenshots of the game down below. If you wish to see how the game fared on the PlayStation Vita, you can check out our review over here.

About Jonathan Falu

I am currently a college student at Temple University as a MSP major in Emergent Media, and wish to one day be a paid video game critic. I currently do video reviews on the channel The Smartest Moron on Youtube over here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSmartestMoronReviews




  • bomblord

    Ehh, wasn’t a big fan of this game on the Vita. It was less than mediocre. I “finished” it but it was more out of spite than liking it. Losing made me start over from the beginning of the game and progression was completely screwed up and wonky.