Banner Saga developer Stoic announced action RPG Towerborne. The game will feature co-op for up to four players and is planned to launch in 2024.
The new game mode unlocked during the Kickstarter campaign has arrived in Banner Saga 3. The only downside is it’s only available for PC for the time being.
Banner Saga 3’s arena mode is getting ready for launch. The Kickstarter stretch goal is in open beta ahead of its release next week.
Banner Saga 3, the conclusion to the the epic Viking inspired Banner Saga trilogy, was recently released on PC and console. RPGamer was given the opportunity to chat with developer Stoic’s art director Arnie Jorgensen to discuss the recent release and reflect on the trilogy as a whole.
The concluding part of Stoic’s Viking trilogy that began back in 2014 is now available. Various purchasing options are available, including a few physical options.
Who or what is the great serpent? Sure, knowledge of Norse Mythology will probably help on that front but there may be a bit more going on with it in Banner Saga 3.
It’s not been long since the first game released on Switch, but the second part of The Banner Saga has a release date for the console. Players will have a bit of time to work through the two games before the conclusion hits in July.
Stoic has already confirmed that the whole Banner Saga would be making its way to the Switch but the first is ready to arrive. If the second act comes in a timely manner Switch owners will be able to see the whole trilogy in no time.
Stoic’s Viking trilogy has found the day when it plans to march to the end and that day is in the middle of summer. A whole host of pre-order options have also made themselves available.
Though shorter than the recent Direct, the latest Nindies Showcase still featured some RPG news. A comedic western RPG and trilogy of more serious Viking RPGs are heading to Switch.
A new character trailer for The Banner Saga 3 features a returning character from the previous game. As such, there are some spoilers for The Banner Saga and The Banner Saga 2 for those who wish to avoid them.
The final part of The Banner Saga trilogy now has a summer 2018 release target. In addition, a new trailer highlights the character of Fasolt, a Varl loyalist.