Gordian Quest Now Available on Nintendo Switch

The team at Modus Games and Mixed Realms announced that their deckbuilding RPG Gordian Quest is now available for the Nintendo Switch.

Set in a sinister world where monsters freely roam, Gordian Quest will transport players to the dire world of Wrexia. Players must overcome scoundrels and thieves as they explore procedurally generated worlds and save the day. For longtime fans of the genre, both Ultima and the Dungeons & Dragons series served as inspiration for this title.

Starting out, players will take control of classes like the Swordhand, Druid, and Golemancer, each of which features its own unique playstyle to master. Nearly 800 combined passive and active skills are yours to wield, with turn-based challenges requiring strategic finesse. For those who’d like to take on their friends, Gordian Quest features 1v1 mode where one can pit their party of three against a friend.

Rounding things out in Gordian Quest are multiple difficulty options, endless loot (that can power up or curse your character), and critical decision-making and dice rolls. Note that the title also features an Artifacts system, which can benefit Realm Mode, Campaigns, or Adventure Mode.

Learn more with the launch trailer below:

Gordian Quest: Switch Launch Trailer

Source: Press Release
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