Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance – Hack'n Slash title announced with local co-op – Games updated


from Dominic Zwingmann
Fans of Dungeons & Dragons can look forward to a new Hack'n Slash title for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2020 with Dark Alliance. Up to four friends can experience the story of Dark Elf DrizztDo'Urden online or online in co-op mode. First gameplay did not exist in the trailer yet.

After the leaders behind the Twitter account of Dungeons & Dragons yesterday announced an announcement in the context of the Game Awards, fans were allowed to look forward to the first trailer of Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance. The Hack'n Slash title by developer Tuque Games will revolve around the dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden in the Forgotten Realms. Thanks to a co-op mode, up to four friends can play history online and locally.

The trailer for the announcement, we have included below for you. The makers of Tuque Games have not released their first gameplay yet. In autumn 2020, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is expected to be released. The new Wizards of the Coast game was not the only announcement of the Game Awards. Among other things, Microsoft introduced the design of the new Xbox Series X – including Hellblade 2 by Ninja Theory.

via PCGamesN


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