Its Kickstarter campaign raised more than $78,000 and was dubbed as the “fantasy X-COM”.
Israel based independent studio Cookie Byte Entertainment announced today the release date for the Early Access version of their turn-based fantasy RPG Fort Triumph. After three years of development, the studio brought up by three childhood friends confirmed April 26th as the date their Kickstarter funded game will be launched on Steam.
Fort Triumph was backed by almost 1,500 users and raised $78,311 of the $75,000 they aimed for. “We want to thank all the brave and the bold who supported our worthy endeavour so far. Our launch on Steam Early Access is delivering the first part of our commitment to our backers, and we hope to excite new warriors who like to combine tactical role playing with destroying stuff.”, said Shay Zeldis, Co-founder of Fort Triumph Team.
Fort Triumph is a fantasy turn-based combat Role Playing Game that has been dubbed as “fantasy X-COM”, as reflected by its gameplay and environmental reliance for battle tactics, using cover and adapting strategies to the procedurally generated terrain.
This Steam Early Access version of the game will contain 7-8 story-based missions, as well as a handful of random tactical encounters. The creators have stated that Fort Triumph will receive regularly released updates and content patches.
Its initial features include, as informed through its latest press release:
- Hardcore tactical turn-based gameplay
- Fully Interactive environments at your disposal
- Heroes evolving by learning new abilities from their class skill tree
- Non-linear missions and quests
- Strategic gameplay and world map exploration
The game’s Early Access key will have a price of $19.99/€17,99/£14.99 and it will be available from April 26th. Players can learn more about Fort Triumph through its Steam Page and get updates of future content patches and featured announcements.
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