Beast Quest launches March 13 in North America, March 16 in Europe

New developer diary released.

Beast Quest

Beast Quest will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 13 in North America and March 16 in Europe, publisher Maximum Games announced.

Maximum Games and developer Torus Games also released a new developer diary introducing players to the action RPG’s high-fantasy world and gameplay features. The game, which is based on the bestselling book series by Adam Blade, takes players on a journey to save the ancient land of Avantia from the dark magic corrupting its noble creatures. Players will “survive action-packed battles against mighty bosses, dodging, blocking and countering attacks,” as well as “befriend powerful allies, find secret treasures, and upgrade your hero with new gear and abilities.”

Watch the developer diary below.

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