September 5th, 2017

Blackguards wants to sell you Untold Legends

Blackguards DLC Screen 4
EXCLUSIVE: Untold Legends will have more hexes. And fire. And stuff.

Daedalic Entertainment have announced Untold Legends, a DLC pack for recently-released turn-based tactical RPG Blackguards.

Blackguards: Untold Legends focuses on Takate, a character who joins your party in Chapter 2 of the base game. Takate is a former slave and arena fighter, and this particular piece of DLC will let you find out how Takate became a slave gladiator – as well as giving him the opportunity to get revenge. As you might expect, it’ll offer new battles, new quests, new weapons, and new bits of story. It’ll be out on 4 March, and will cost you £3.99 – unless you picked up the Contributors’ Edition of the game on Steam, in which case you’ll get it for free.

Patch 1.3 for Blackguards will be dropping on the same day. This patch will reportedly improve the game’s balance and give you better insight into your characters’ chances to hit, and how to improve said chances. Seeing Hit Chance no longer depends on Warcraft and Animal Lore so you’ll always be able to see your chances, and the addition of a full battle log will offer more transparency as to the dice being rolled.

Both the free patch and the £4 DLC will be hitting on the same day: 4 March. Screens from Blackguards: Untold Legends follow.

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