Fallen Legion Revenants announced for PS4, Switch

Sequel to Sins of an Empire and Flames of Rebellion.

Fallen Legion Revenants

Publisher NIS America and developer YummyYummyTummy announced Fallen Legion Revenants for PlayStation 4 and Switch during the New Game+ Expo live stream. It will launch in 2021. It is a sequel to the duology Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion.

Pre-orders for a $74.99 limited edition are available now at the NIS America Online Store (PlayStation 4, Switch). It includes the “Vanguard Edition” of the game, “Songs for a Fallen World” digital original soundtrack with voucher, “Lucien’s Lost Ledger” manual art book, “Rowena’s Battle Atlas” hardcover art book, “Exemplar” information cards (set of three double-sided art cards), “Dealt Fate” card deck, “Pumpkee” rubber key chain, and a collector’s box.

Here is an overview of the game, via NIS America:

About

In a world covered in miasma, a floating castle is the last refuge for mankind. The earth is scarred with beasts mutated by the plague while Welkin Castle is quarantined from the horrors below. Lucien, a charismatic politician protected in the castle walls, discovers an ancient book where he learns of the Exemplars, weapons that can turn into sentient soldiers. He joins forces with Rowena, a revenant determined to find a way to come back to life to raise her living son, and the two reluctantly make a pact to overthrow the mad tyrant controlling Welkin.

Key Features

  • Weaver of Fate – Influence the events within the castle through your dialogue choices, and determine who lives or dies with every decision you make.
  • Unearthly Warriors – As Rowena, test your reflexes and tactical prowess with intense real-time battles as you command a squad of legendary Exemplars to decimate your foes.
  • Forbidden Knowledge – As Lucien, craft potions and other useful items with Alchemic Recipes, and use stealth tactics to navigate the castle and discover its secrets.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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