Tribes of Midgard ‘Season 1: The Wolf Saga’ trailer

A look at the game's first season of content.

Tribes of Midgard

Gearbox Publishing and developer Norsfell Games have released a new trailer for Tribes of Midgard introducing the game’s first season, “The Wolf Saga.”

The game’s post-launch content roadmap is as follows:

Season One: Midgard is Open (July 27)

  • Defeat the Jotunns
  • Defend Yggdrasil
  • New gear to collect
  • New boss
  • New level rewards
  • New rune system

Season One: Mid-Season Update (September 2021)

  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed

Season Two: New Saga Quest (November 2021)

  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed

Season Two: Mid-Season Update (January 2022)

  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed
  • To be revealed

Here is an overview of the game, via Gearbox Publishing:

About

Tribes of Midgard is set in the colorful world of the ancient Norse. Since the dawn of the Nine Realms, the Seeds of the World Tree Yggdrasil have protected and nourished Midgard—what we know as Earth. These seeds are now scattered and hidden throughout the realm. Ancient evils and enemies of Asgard seek to extinguish these flickering remnants of life to bring about Ragnarok—the end of the world. Your mission? Protect the Seeds, Viking!

You’ll take control of an Einherjar, a glorious Viking hero in Valhalla, hand-picked by the Valkyries to protect the Seeds and save Midgard. Tribes of Midgard is designed from the ground-up with both solo and co-op play in mind, so bring as many as nine other Einherjar with you—the game automatically balances the challenge based on your party size. You’ll work together to bolster your defenses, venture into the unknown wilderness, defeat monsters and Giants, and more! Choose among eight different classes and numerous combat styles that suit your playstyle.

Key Features

  • An Ever-Changing World to Explore – A vast, procedurally-generated world filled with ancient relics, daunting dungeons and treacherous enemy camps. Midgard’s regions are home to unique weather effects that impact your survival, and during the game’s day-night cycle, fearsome foes emerge in the darkness.
  • Unique Game Modes
    • Saga Mode – Players build, craft and fight their way to the ultimate confrontation against epic world bosses before Fimbulwinter—the prophesied endless winter that signals Ragnarok’s arrival. This mode will receive seasonal updates that add new content, bosses and more on a regular basis.
    • Survival Mode – A survival-focused sandbox that challenges players with defending their village against a constant flow of enemies that become stronger the longer they survive. Parameters selected affect the Season XP earned. The World is saved when you exit and can be revisited.
  • Classic Top-Down Combat – Hack-and-slashing Viking action with an isometric look and feel, built in a stunning 3D environment.
  • Crafting and Building – Craft legendary gear, build structures to traverse difficult terrain and share resources with your companions.
  • Progression, Loot and Treasure – A rewarding progression system based on leveling up across eight specialized classes, crafting and looting stronger weapons and armor, and collecting over 30 different rune modifiers that can make you the ultimate Viking warrior.
  • Challenging Boss Battles – Giants that reign over the land with their terrifying stature and will arrive at your village gates every few days. They can crush the underprepared in a single blow, so make sure you’re ready.
  • Seasonal Content – Continuous updates and seasonal content to keep Midgard fresh, maintaining an ever-evolving world that lets you live out the myth of Ragnarok in all of its aspects.

Tribes of Midgard is due out for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on July 27.

Watch the trailer below.

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