Dragon Marked for Death coming to PC on April 21

Due out alongside previously announced version 3.0.0 update.

Dragon Marked for Death

Inti Creates will release a PC version of Dragon Marked for Death via Steam alongside the previously announced 3.0.0 update for Switch on April 21 for $39.99, developer Inti Creates announced. The PC version will ship with the 3.0.0 update and users who purchase it by May 4 will receive the “Striker Gear” downloadable content.

Dragon Marked for Death first launched for Switch in January 2019. According to Inti Creates, sales for the Switch version have surpassed 120,000 units.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Dragon Marked For Death is a side-scrolling 2D action RPG that can played solo or with up to four players in online multiplayer.

You play as the survivors of the Dragonblood Clan who set out to take revenge on the Kingdom of Medius, who destroyed their home and captured the Dragonblood Oracle, Amica. To obtain the power they need to enact their revenge, they forge a pact with the Astral Dragon Atruum.

Use your newly acquired powers to take on quests from villagers and raise your status in the kingdom. How you perform in these quests can have a direct effect on the game’s final outcome.

Quests aren’t all about defeating enemies, though. You’ll guard a ship’s passengers from monsters, search for hidden treasure, rescue a princess from a castle under siege, and a lot more!

Choose from four playable characters (Empress, Warrior, Shinobi, or Witch) and defeat your enemies to gain experience and level up. You’ll receive points as you level up that can increase your attack power, defense, agility, and other parameters. Customize your character in a way that best suits your individual playstyle!

Get ready to experience the unique, dark fantasy world of the Dragonblood Clan in this intense 2D action RPG!

Watch a trailer for the PC version below.

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