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Back to News Listing Sovereignty is released!

Posted: Thursday, February 2, 2017 by Alberto Casulini

Type: News

The 4x fantasy game Sovereignty has finally clawed its way out of the clutches of Early Access into the gaming universe. 

 

 

 

Sovereignty brings the 4X concept to a fantasy world. Mixing grand strategy, where resource management, diplomacy, and military aspects are key to progress and turn-based battles, where players are confronted with tactical issues.

The game features a bevy of different races and cultures, including Giants, Orcs, Humans, Dwarves, Elves and even chaotic evil factions. The game also includes a diplomacy, trade, recruitment and magic system that really fleshes out the existing concepts.

Although not an RPG, it makes use of the Good/Evil system present in many of these games.  Some countries will be good, focused on chivalry and the betterment of society as a whole. Others, such as the dark and deeply occult wizards of Maledor, or the vicious Khazoth Orcs will have only plunder and destruction on their minds, falling into the Chaotic Evil category.  With over 35 unique factions, you'll surely find what you're looking for in this gem of a game.

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