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Darkest Valley dark fantasy due to get support

darkest valley dark fantasy due to get support in linux gaming with windows pc

Darkest Valley dark fantasy due to get support in Linux gaming with Windows PC. Thanks to developer Sudo Games. Which is due to arrive via Steam Early Access.

Sudo Games are eager to announce their 2.5D Action RPG Darkest Valley. Due to arrive on Steam in Spring 2021. A fast-paced RPG adventure where you slay monsters, loot, and learn new skills. While you make your way through a dark fantasy world. Which is coming to Windows PC, but also due to arrive on Linux gaming.

We’re planning to work on a native Linux port during the Early Access period. Having been a Linux user myself, I know that Wine / Steam Play isn’t quite as good.

Such a pleasure to see the Darkest Valley developer issuing such a reply. Finally, a dev acknowledging a native port in Linux gaming. As opposed to having to settle for Proton / Steam Play. And if this isn’t a positive reason to Wishlist, I don’t know what is. Well, maybe the art style and the side scrolling gameplay. Along with the use of Unity 3D.

Darkest Valley Trailer

Darkest Valley is an homage to the many great 2D action RPGs from the last twenty years. The original soundtrack, the visual style, and the story. All a meld of Sudo’s favorite elements from the classic and unforgettable titles in this genre. So players can now relive those experiences. While taking onthis modern indie creation.

There is no grind-based experience system in Darkest Valley. Increase your level and grow your strength. Simply by seeking out and finding otherworldly crystals shards. Since these bestow great power upon those who wield them. Choose to be an agile melee fighter, a point and click ranged tank, or a strategic summoner. Each class has 3 tabs of skills, and many different ways to play each.


  • Pseudo-randomly generated areas, a different play experience every game.
  • Engaging and funny four act Darkest Valley story.
  • Three distinct skill classes, each with its own offensive, defense, and utility skill trees.
  • A world filled with loot and destructible objects to search through and collect.
  • Hidden challenge bosses.
  • Hours of main and side quests, spanning an epic journey.

With Darkest Valley dark fantasy due to get support. This looks like a Windows PC release. Followed up with a build for Linux gaming. Due to arrive in Steam Early Access in Spring 2021. To be priced at $14.99 USD.

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