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Almighty: Kill Your Gods

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: Versus Evil
Developer: RunWild Entertainment
Release Date: 2020

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'Almighty: Kill Your Gods' Playtest Planned For Next Week, Gets Steam Early Access Date - Trailer

by Rainier on April 22, 2021 @ 2:34 p.m. PDT

Almighty: Kill Your Gods is a 3rd person action/RPG where you upon the powers of your ancestors and rip asunder your oppressors in order to rebuild your home.

In Almighty: Kill Your Gods, you take on the persona of an Alpha, the first amongst your kind, a magical warrior infused with the power of your ancestors, reborn to take a stand for your tribe against the tyranny and oppression of the Elder Gods. Almighty: Kill Your Gods is a game
about reclaiming and rebuilding your home in the face of impossible odds.

As an Alpha, make use of magic gauntlets to deliver devastating ranged or melee attacks, shoot fireballs into your enemy’s face or for sheer brute force smash them into oblivion with your metal fists. Activate magic amulets and summon powerful spells to take down giant monsters. Then loot fallen enemies’ for the resources needed to rebuild your Home Island.

Alpha warriors can craft and equip a huge array of Gauntlets and Power Stones, granting magic powers that can then be used to exploit enemy weaknesses. Players will be able to create unique and highly customizable builds. Shoot blasts of ice, activate shields, or beam streams of healing energy that help allies. Players are encouraged to experiment with different loadouts based on their tactical needs, with the freedom to create their very own playstyle.

With seamless online co-op gameplay, Alphas can team up and fight in packs of 4 as they hunt and take down the various demonic and powerful beings who threaten their world. These are frenetic monster sized battles where your combat skills and loadouts will be fully tested as you look to capitalize on valuable loot drops from enemies taken down in tandem with a player ally. Teaming up also means players can help defend each other's Island homesteads from devastating enemy raids and they can build and upgrade defensive towers, farms, and other  buildings, all of which will boost the homesteads local economy.

The dynamic sandbox environments design mean that every play will be different. Gods and monsters roam the islands, each with their own behaviors. Anger these behemoths and watch the island violently react as things escalate for emergent, non-directed gameplay.

Versus Evil and developer RUNWILD Entertainment announced that Almighty: Kill Your Gods will be coming to Steam Early Access on PC on May 5, 2021.

A public playtest which begins on 26th April and gives action RPG fans a chance to try the game out for themselves.

Almighty: Kill Your Gods is a single player and multiplayer  action RPG with some amazing action, crafting and customization which brings a lot of different options players can experiment with. It’s safe to say we’re bringing a multi-layered action RPG with some monster sized action unlike anything else on the market right now.” said Steve Escalante, Versus Evil General Manager. 

Key Features:

  • Use magic gauntlets for devastating ranged or melee attacks, and amulets to summon powerful spells in this 3rd person Action RPG.
  • Play in solo or co-operative online play.
  • Craft and customize powerful gear to create your own unique character class and play styles.
  • Upgrade and defend your Home Island, a strong home gives you power. Visit your friends’ Home Islands and help each other upgrade and defend from enemy raids.
  • Fight in reactive, changing environments. Anger the gods and see the islands change before your eyes.

Almighty: Kill Your Gods will be launching on PC (Steam) and consoles in 2021.

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