RPG Eschalon: Book III to be Released February 14

RPG Eschalon: Book III to be Release Date

Basilisk Games have announced that Eschalon: Book III is expected to #launch on Macintosh, Windows, and Linux platforms on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2014. The final title in the old school #fantasy RPG series gives players the chance to answer questions about four powerful gemstones and the clouded past of the protagonist.

“The last game of the Eschalon trilogy is in the final stages of development now and is expected to wrap up in time for next Valentine’s Day” said Thomas Riegsecker, CEO of Basilisk Games. “It is really an exciting time for us to see this project finished, and for everyone waiting to see how the trilogy comes to a close.”

On February 14 the game will be immediately available, worldwide and DRM-free, through our website. Eschalon: Book III was recently approved through Steam’s Greenlight service and will be available on most major distribution portals on or shortly after its worldwide Valentine’s Day release.

Basilisk Games is expected to begin semi-public Beta Testing of Eschalon: Book III in early January 2014 for fans who want to help balance the game before its release.

About Eschalon: Book III

Eschalon: Book III is the final game in the award-winning Eschalon RPG series, following Book I’s release in 2007 and Book II’s release in 2010. The Eschalon RPG series features sprawling, open-ended game worlds and almost unlimited character development options. Book III brings the series to a climatic end as you seek to uncover the mystery of four powerful gemstones and your clouded past. No experience with either of the first two games is needed to enjoy this final chapter in the Eschalon saga. More information on the game can be found online at: https://basiliskgames.com/eschalon-book-iii

About Basilisk Games

Founded in 2005, Basilisk Games is an independent game developer located just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. The company’s mission is to produce compelling old-school computer role-playing games for gamers who still remember what great computer RPGs used to be about: “Single-player. Turn-based. Stat heavy. Story driven.

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