By Crystal Colwell / May 10th, 2018
Knights of Pen and Paper is a lighthearted RPG that is gaining a new following as it gets ready to release the +1 Deluxier Edition on the Switch, PlayStation 4 on May 29, and and Xbox One May 30. The Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition brings all of the content in one game for $14.99.
Control a group of players who are playing characters in a tabletop RPG. Confused yet? Keep up with me. You can also control the dungeon master which allows you to create quests with the difficulty level you choose. The title features turn based battles, and lots of adventures.
You can pre-order today on the Switch or the Xbox One for those interested.
Knights of Pen and Paper, a game from 2013? Am I in the past?
Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition releases on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 29-30th
An old-successful-pixel-art-indie-game releasing on Switch?? Is that still worth a newsletter? Well fair enough then, we’re also bringing it to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One! I say it’s about damn time, it could even have released on WiiU or PlayStation Vita back then.
We’re very very happy to partner with Seaven Studio to bring Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition on the 3 consoles in less than 3 weeks! Here are the details:
Nintendo Switch – 29th May – pre orders open today
PlayStation 4 – 29th May
Xbox One – 30th May – pre orders open today
Knights of Pen & Paper is a lighthearted RPG that can be played by any gamer where you control a group of players playing their characters in a tabletop RPG experience. All with classic turn-based battles, lovely pixel-art and lots of adventures. Besides the players, you are also in control of the dungeon master to create quests and tailor the difficulty of your battles to customize your RPG experience even further.
Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition brings all of the ever released content in one single, cheaper, game! Cheaper? Yes! 14.99$!
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