Ravenmark: Mercenaries – A Tactical RPG With Multiplayer

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

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FINALLY a multiplayer tactics game!

Though I’ve enjoyed many a tactical RPG in my day, there has always been one feature that’s been lacking: PvP multiplayer. Even the latest amazing entry in the Fire Emblem series neglected to implement it, but that’s finally changing for one game. In the upcoming iOS title Ravenmark: Mercenaries, slated for release this summer, you will finally be able to challenge your friends to some tactical mayhem.

This sequel to Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion, made by Witching Hour Studios, will focus on the war still raging six years later in the world of Eclisse. What’s even more exciting about the multiplayer in this game is that it is turn-based, and waits for you to make your move before prompting your friend, much like online Scrabble. The game will also feature Commander Traits, which will allow powerful bonuses to your units, allowing for many different gameplay styles. Another unique feature is the Standard Bearer, a support unit with a sigil that can be customized by players.

Sounds like a lot of fun! Check out their site to find out even more cool info about the game.


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