In a turn-based roguelike game Rogue Lords You play Satan, who is accompanied by nine disciples, to take revenge on the Demon Hunters. We have to regain our ancient power by collecting special artifacts, but of course our opponents want to prevent that. To escape our destiny, we need creativity and an interpretation of the rules of the game in our favor.
Using demonic essence allows us, for example, to restore our party’s energy or directly attack the opposing bars of life. At the same time, hobbyists can be robbed and penalties distributed so that our opponents have to develop new strategies. However, these devious tricks are not only used in combat.
On the procedurally generated map, with little focus we will encounter surprises that may be in our favor. However, if our luck overwhelms us too much and completely consumes this essence, our current gameplay comes to an end. You can see all of that and more in the new trailer that Cyanide shared this week. Rogue Lords It should be available later this year on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
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