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Evoland Legendary Edition RPG launches

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Evoland Legendary Edition RPG launches in Linux, Mac, Windows games. All thanks to the efforts of French developer Shiro Games. The action adventure RPG games now on Steam with a discount. And the reviews are solid too.

Evoland Legendary Edition is also available on consoles. Since this pair both Evoland and Evoland 2. And the bundle launches this week on PlayStation 4. While available now on Steam and Nintendo Switch.
So this is a huge release for Shiro Games. Since games releasing on Xbox as well.

It’s always a pleasure to see cross platform game make it big. I still remember the Evoland 2 announcement for preorders back in 2015. Check out the trailer below.

Evoland Legendary Edition Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Evoland is a journey through the history of action adventure gaming. Since this allows players to unlock new tech. As well as more gameplay systems and graphical upgrades. While work your way through the game.
Taking insight from the popular series. Evoland Legendary Edition takes players from an 8-bit style. All the way up to full modern-day 3D graphics.
While you have to find your way though turn-based battles. With real time boss fights and charming humour. Since gameplay makes references to many classic games.

Evoland 2 however deepens on the same formula. Again offering a full out RPG adventure. This also includes an epic story. Deep combat and options to customise. With dozens of characters to interact with. As well as locations to visit within Evoland Legendary Edition.
Players can expect beat ‘em up battles in the streets. Also challenging puzzles and pixel perfect platforming. As well as a tense shoot’em up.

Evoland Legendary Edition adventure RPG release on Steam. Also priced at $19.99/£14.99/€19.99. Including a 25% discount until February 14th. Also available for Linux, Mac and Windows.

To stay up to date with Evoland Legendary Edition. So be sure to follow the developers Shiro Games. Check them out on Twitter and Facebook.