May 28, 2022

Curse of the Dead Gods Exits Early Access

Your greed will lead you to death, but that is not an escape

Curse of the Dead Gods is published by Focus Home Interactive and developed by Passtech Games. The release brings an updated version of the game packed with additional content and changes influenced by the community throughout Early Access.

Curse of the Dead Gods is a skill-based roguelike exploring a cruel, dark temple made of endless rooms and corridors. Swords, spears, bows, guns and more available for you to wield. Unique curses influence each attempt, putting a twist on every action. Dozens of enemies, with powerful champions and deadly bosses to face off against.

You seek untold riches, eternal life, divine powers and this leads you to this accursed temple. It appears to be a seemingly-infinite labyrinth of bottomless pits, deadly traps, and monsters.

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Your greed will lead you to death, but that is not an escape. Rise to fight again. Delve deeper again. Defy the malignant deities that linger in this place. Battle through hordes of enemies in dark, cavernous passages filled with traps and secrets of all sorts; fire-spewing statues, explosives, hidden spikes, and worse.

Collect mystical Relics and an arsenal of weapons to make yourself unstoppable. Corruption builds in you with every step; encourage or ignore it, but each powerful curse can be a double-edged sword.

Curse of the Dead Gods will be available to play PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC on February 23.

Source: Gamepedia


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