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Disciples: Liberation

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: RPG/Strategy
Publisher: Kalypso Media
Developer: Frima Studio
Release Date: Oct. 21, 2021

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'Disciples: Liberation' Shows Off Gameplay, Closed Beta Next Week, Pre-order Now - Trailer

by Rainier on June 12, 2021 @ 11:30 p.m. PDT

Disciples: Liberation is a mature, dark fantasy strategy RPG with turn-based combat.

Liberate the land of Nevendaar and uncover the endless stories hidden within this richly detailed world where every decision has a consequence, and every wrong move could be deadly.

Explore a rich overworld and align with a variety of in-world factions: from a human empire tinged by religious extremism to the dark forces of the undead lead by a mad queen. Assemble a team to gather precious resources, sway political standing, and take on brutal beasts in intricate turn-based battles.

Disciples: Liberationmarks a new beginning for the franchise, allowing players to explore a richly detailed dark fantasy world, fight foul beasts in intricate turn-based combat, take on hundreds of unique quests and foster relationships with an assortment of in-world factions: from a human empire tinged by religious extremism to the dark forces of the undead lead by a mad queen.

Alliances forged, players can build an army and trade hard-earned resources for an assortment of upgrades to their home base. No choice is without consequence and depending on decisions and political alignments, one wrong move could see a deadly domino effect, irrevocably changing the course of their story.

Choice is everything in Disciples: Liberation and it is up to you how you write your story.


The video, revealed during E3 and narrated by Frima Studio's Creative Director Jordane Thiboust, shows off early gameplay, including intricate turn-based combat, while showcasing some of the factions, biomes and ghoulish adversaries players can expect to encounter throughout their adventures across the war-torn world of Nevendaar.

PC pre-orders are now open via Steam, the Kalypso Store and the Epic Games Store.

An exclusive closed beta, limited to 1000 PC players, will kick off next week on June 17 and fans of dark fantasy tactical adventures are encouraged to sign up now for a chance to go hands-on with the game during the beta period.

Key Features

  • 80+ hour single-player campaign: experience a dark fantasy epic over three acts, with more than 270 quests and 5 unique endings
  • Explore a war-torn overworld: journey through 4 diverse environments – from luscious woodlands to fiery volcanic plains and icy tundra – and unearth the secrets hidden within the land
  • Journey together: join forces with 4 in-game factions - from proud elven clans to remorseless undead hordes, each with their own motivations and gameplay incentives
  • Write your own story: pick from 4 uniquely skilled classes and define your place in the world, recruiting others to take up arms for your cause
  • Build a base: take on quests for precious resources and use political savvy to build a place of planning and sanctuary
  • Fight for your life: recruit 50+ units and build an army best suited to your play style whilst honing both steel and spell in intricate-turned based combat
  • Challenge deadly bosses: pit your party against horrific monsters and beasts, each requiring a unique strategy
  • Choice is everything: let your decisions guide your fate and directly influence what sort of leader you become
  • Fight your friends: put forth the ultimate challenge and battle for supremacy in 2-player online skirmishes

Disciples: Liberation is coming to PC (Steam), PS4, Xbox One and next-gen consoles including PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in Q4 2021.


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