Samurai Multiplayer PVP Game Hanako: Honor & Blade Coming September 15


Set in Feudal Japan, all would-be samurai will be able to take part in epic 24 player online battles when +Mpact Games’ Hanako: Honor & Blade comes to Steam on September 15, 2021.

A project that’s been in development for more than a decade, this PVP title serves as a symbolic struggle between the forces of life and death. Four distinct warrior classes have been included, with swordsman, spearman, archers, and ninjas making up the roster.

As players dive into its Team Deathmatch Battle, Capture the Scroll, Village Siege, and Castle Raid modes, they’ll have to contend with dynamic environment changes and utilize its directional-driven combat.

Learn more with the latest trailer for the game, which serves as a showcase of Yamai Castle’s transformation.

Hanako: Honor & Blade – Release Date & Final Map Reveal!

According to Matt Canei, Team Lead at +Mpact Games:

“As we put the final touches on Hanako: Honor & Blade we’re reflecting on the bittersweet journey we’ve shared to honor those we have lost. Seeing the transformation of the Yamai Castle map to celebrate a cleansing victory brings home the emotional impact of what our team has accomplished using our own resources.”

You can find the title on Steam here, which will retail for $14.99.

Source: Press Release
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