Brace Yourselves Adventurers: Dragonheir: Silent Gods Steps Up with a Second Closed Beta Test
Nuverse has unveiled a surprise for RPG enthusiasts: the second closed beta test for their multiverse adventure game, Dragonheir: Silent Gods.
The game, which is inspired by classic Dungeons & Dragons adventures, promises an epic journey through a world brimming with dwarves, dragons, and a whole lot of magic. The best part? You’re invited to join the adventure! Starting from the 24th of May, this non-wipe test with a paid in-game store system is set to roll out in a plethora of markets including the UK, US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Ukraine, and Thailand. So, grab your adventurer’s kit and join in on the PC and Android action.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods flaunts a breathtaking open-world high-fantasy strategy RPG. Its high-quality character models, dynamic weather effects, and vast exploration possibilities include a wealth of character customisation options and branching storylines. You’ll get the chance to experience a rich and dynamic world that will keep you engaged for hours on end.
In Dragonheir: Silent Gods, you step into the shoes of a hero tasked with assembling a group of adventurers to unite the realms and battle for glory. Not only will you discover forgotten lands, but you’ll also face mighty foes with strategic combat echoing traditional tabletop style gaming. Think of it as Dungeons & Dragons brought to life in an immersive digital landscape!
The game offers a non-linear exploration experience with rich storytelling where your destiny literally rolls on a dice. Watch out, though! Those pesky enemy NPCs and adventurers are always waiting around the corner ready to pounce.
Since the first Closed Beta Test last December, Nuverse has also brought some updates they hope fans will absolutely love. These include high-quality artistic resources with upgraded cutscene animation effects and character models, as well as enhanced world terrain and weather. Also, the combat has been ramped up with a mix of semi-real-time gameplay and strategy elements, and a new player-versus-player combat arena.
For those of you planning to play on your shiny new Mac, Dragonheir: Silent Gods now natively supports the Apple silicon Mac lineup. Nuverse says it fully utilises Apple’s Metal technology to provide smooth gameplay, stunning visuals, and immersive audio experiences.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on Dragonheir: Silent Gods, so don’t hesitate to share your initial impressions, hopes, and expectations in the comments below or over at the Gaming.Buzz Community Discord.