️Neverinth: The Never Ending Labyrinth

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: Another Indie Studios
Developer: CreAct Games

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'️Neverinth: The Never Ending Labyrinth' Gets Steam Early Access Date - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on April 16, 2019 @ 3:05 p.m. PDT

️Neverinth: The Never Ending Labyrinth is a single player experience packed with action, RPG, hack'n slash, and roguelike elements.

Explore the everchanging halls of the Neverinth and uncover the history of the Valkyrie. Do glorious battle against the beasts and monsters of Norse legend and uncover the hidden pasts of each heroic woman.

Neverinth: The Never Ending Labyrinth is a tale of five Valkyries - two who will be playable at Early Access Launch - who have been recruited to rebuild Valhalla after the devastation of Ragnarok. In a world ruled without gods, this group of heroines is the last hope of the Tree of Life to restore the sacred halls.

Uncover the hidden past of each hero and rewrite the Norse Legends!

Key Features:

  • Play 2 different Valkyries at launch with more incoming, each with a unique set of abilities and history based on real historical figures.
  • Conquer the ever-changing three-dimensional labyrinth in an engaging, fast-paced, and rewarding combat.
  • Gain the power of the fallen Gods unlocking their mythical weapons and skills.
  • Use mysterious totems to fine tune your stats and abilities.
  • Unlock new content including levels, new characters, monsters, and abilities.
  • Customize your Valkyrie's look with a range of outfits and weapons
  • Collect and wield a wide range of incredible weapons.
  • Immerse yourself in Norse Mythology and face the horror and danger of boss battles from the depths of the Old World.

Neverinth: The Never Ending Labyrinth will be opened on April 30th on Steam in Early Access.

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