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Dungeons & Dragon’s 5e system has powered Steamforged Games’ previous RPGs, but there’s a non-zero chance a different system will be used for Dark Souls. The vibe is very different.
The games company has said little, just;
Dark Souls: The Roleplaying Game is coming. If you, too, would like to learn what lies ahead in the heart of Lothric, then sign your name and seal your fate…
The computer game companies are involved, with Dark Souls: The Roleplaying Game is officially licensed and produced in partnership with FromSoftware and Bandai Namco.
2011 was the first iteration of the brutal dungeon crawler, famous for challenging and rewarding. The game was available for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Will there be a Kickstarter? That’s what Steamforged is known from, raising millions for the Dark Souls board game and then steering a steady ship despite mixed reviews. The company has gone from strength to strength since, mixing its own IP with titles like Resident Evil, Monster Hunter and even Horizon Zero Dawn.
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