Hand of Fate 2

Although I’ve never written about it previously, Hand of Fate was a pleasant surprise. Released in 2015, the game is a mash-up of card mechanics, RPG elements and third-person action. It was well-received across the board, and now a sequel has been announced.

Hand of Fate 2 picks up the story 100 years after the original and introduces a bunch of new mechanics. Hand of Fate 2 casts players as a new protagonist fighting against a tyrannical overlord, with players on a quest to end his regime. New additions to the formula include a map-based overworld, companions, a more diverse mission structure, and new fighting styles including two-handed weapons and the ability to dual-wield.

The launch window for Hand of Fate 2 is a vague “early 2017”, but the game is already listed on Steam in case you want to add it to your wishlist.

If you want to catch up on the first game, Hand of Fate is available on Steam, PS4 and Xbox One.

Source: Gamasutra

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