New sandbox RPG title from indie developers Blue Isle Studios (Slender: The Arrival, Valley), Citadel: Forged with Fire is coming to Steam Early Access, and it’s dropping in a week. The new title is also being published for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and is releasing at a later date, giving online fans a promising world full of spells and adventure.
The upcoming giant sandbox title is an online RPG world pitting players against other wizards, wild beasts and exploring the vast landscape filled with ancient history. Combining with the powers of other players, you can forge alliances to strengthen your party, explore uncharted territories and discover exciting secrets hidden within the world.
Blue Isle Studios’ managing director, Alex Tintor, expressed his excitement for the upcoming online RPG title, stating:
“Citadel is a completely new genre for us, our biggest goal with this title is to work closely with our community to build the ultimate fantasy sandbox game that is playable online with friends. This project has been a labor of love and we are excited for its launch onto Early Access this summer.”
With the freedom to explore a massive landscape stretching across expansive plains and rugged mountains, to congested forests and rotten swamps, Citadel has many features to intrigue any MMO player. Tame wild beasts like dragons and direwolves, prepare your household for war against rival houses and even build a castle. There’s also an impressive deconstruction system to destroy the opposing houses around you. Why not?
Traveling throughout the immense map is daunting on foot, so players can fly as wizards instead. This is performed through different methods, such as alchemy, climbing aboard dragons and eagles, or even the classic broomstick. Nevertheless, covering air and ground is sure to benefit all in Citadel.
On July 26th, Citadel: Forged with Fire hits Steam Early Access, as well as a closed beta testing where players are encouraged to sign up before launch. With deep character customization, exciting discoveries and spells, along with a substantial map and numerous travel options, Citadel: Forged with Fire looks to be an enticing adventure indeed.