Not one but two RPGs released in the Fallen Legion+ collection.
Fallen Legion+, a combination of RPGs Sins of an Empire (originally released on PS4) and Flames of Rebellion (originally released on PS4 & PS Vita), has been released on Steam, with the bundle getting a 20% launch discount. The developers, YummyYummyTummy, have also released a launch trailer for the game, which you can see above.
Describing the two-game bundle, YummyYummyTummy have said:
“Embark on a personal journey with Princess Cecille and an enigmatic talking grimoire to restore glory to your crumbling home in Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire. See the toils of war from the other perspective in Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion, where you’ll travel through a ravaged continent alongside Legatus Laendur to rally support and reclaim what the empire has taken from you.”
Fallen Legion+ is set to have a number of features, most notably:
- A War Told From Opposing Sides: Fallen Legion+ includes Sins of an Empire and Flames of Rebellion. See the scars of war from the two opposing perspectives that build the rich universe of Fenumia.
- A Legion At Your Command: Control up to four characters simultaneously, master devastating combos and counter enemy attacks with well-timed blocks in the unique Fallen Legion+ battle system.
- Every Choice Changes Your Empire: make split-second decisions to rule your empire and see how they impact the game’s story.
- Magnificent 2D Artwork: From the fangs of our menacing manticore, to each sun-kissed brick of Fenumia’s castle, all of the artwork has been hand-drawn to create a stunning world.
- International Edition: Fallen Legion+ has been localized into Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Bahasa Indonesia for Steam.
The game is currently 20% off, at £19 / $26, but will return to full price on the 12th of January. You can watch the launch trailer for the bundle below. When both games were released on PlayStation 4 and Vita, they were well received. This would explain why the game has hit Steam, seemingly out of nowhere. However, it seems that many gamers were calling out for a PC version of the game. So far, there are no details as to if it’ll be released on other consoles. However, we’ll keep you updated should an Xbox One version, or other console release, be announced. For now, players will have to be happy with the new release of Fallen Legion+ on Steam.