At the Gates – Official Trailer available

at the gates official trailer available linux mac windows games

At the Gates official trailer is available for the strategy game on Linux, Mac and Windows. The games coming with native support thanks to developer Jon Shafer, designer of Civilization 5. Releasing on both Steam, the Humble Store next week.

Since you take on the role of a Dark Age lord. It is your destiny to build a kingdom in the shadow of the crumbling Roman Empire. Which will require you to explore the dangerous landscape around you. While you harvest its resources and build a mighty economic and military machine. Your clans have their own personalities and desires. So carefully consider how you use them.

Jon Shafer’s At the Gates – Official Trailer (Linux, Mac and Windows)

Features:

  • An Evolving Map
    Seasons and weather dramatically transform the landscape around you. Since the river that serves as a barrier in the summer might become a highway in the winter. The same is also possible for both you and your enemies!
  • Character Management
    Each of your clans has unique traits and desires. So choose carefully how you use them.
  • Survival & Roguelike Elements
    Keep your clans fed through the harsh winter. Resources run out, so always be hunting for more. Since your neighbours can be immensely strong. Every game poses new challenges and opportunities.
  • Watercolor Art Style
    A beautiful watercolor landscape serves as the canvas for your clever economic and military strategies.
  • Tooltips-in-Tooltips!
    AtG features a revolutionary user interface which utilizes “tooltips-in-tooltips” for the very first time. So this makes it far easier to learn without sacrificing any gameplay depth.

Since At the Gates will be available on Steam and Humble Store. Including a release on the official AtG website on January 23rd, 2019. Also the base price is $29.99 USD or €29.99, will be discounted 10% during launch week.

Therefore, to learn more about the game visit JonShafersAtTheGates.com. And due note, this also means day-one Linux support.

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