Fort Triumph Coming to Consoles Later This Year

The fantasy turn-based tactics of CookieByte Entertainment and All in! Games’ Fort Triumph will make their way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in Q3 2021.

Deftly combining the turn-based combat of XCOM with the world exploration of Heroes of Might and Magic III, Fort Triumph tasks players with building towns, exploring its world, collecting artifacts, and improving their heroes. Players can constantly influence their tactical surroundings as they utilize tiled procedural maps within a turn-based tactical setting. Four different factions and four different classes can be chosen to make your heroes truly unique.

Award-winning composer Marco Valerio Antonini has also lent his talents to the game, composing the music of the title. Tying everything together is a witty, parody fantasy plot where every tree or boulder can be used as a potential weapon in battle.

Learn more with the latest trailer for the game below:

Fort Triumph | Console Release Announcement Trailer

For those who’d like to dive into the PC version of the game, Fort Triumph is currently 55% off on Steam. You can grab it at its discounted rate of $11.24 here from now through May 13, 2021.

Source: Press Release
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