Skeletal Avenger fast paced hack’n’slash to release on Windows PC first, then Linux and Mac. According to details from the developer 10tons Ltd. Due to make its way onto Steam Early Access this month.
Skeletal Avenger is a fast paced ultra quick hack’n’slash action game. The game also comes with a massive weapon arsenal and beheading special moves. So can re-animate skeletons and use your fighting skills to reach the target. To top it off, 10tons Ltd also emailed with further details about Linux and Mac support.
Our skill-based roguelite undead hack’n’slash Skeletal Avenger will release on Steam Early Access on April 28th. During Early Access we’ll only support Windows, but Mac and Linux are probable at full launch.
The Early Access period for Skeletal Avenger is due to extend to June. So expect a two month window before a full release is available. At launch, we can expect native support. The reason the developer outlines “probable”, they are using a custom game engine. So development for Linux and Mac could take longer.
Skeletal Avenger Alpha Gameplay Trailer
Skeletal Avenger spices the hack’n’slash core with some unique concepts. Due to things like special moves which include self beheading. Also shaking off some roguelite progress like playing until death. In Skeletal Avenger the game starts from re-animating after death. So it progresses through a kind of spiritual release of revenge.
Features at Early Access:
- Behead yourself to do special attacks: Your hat determines the effect
- Nearly a dozen enemies to fight in two biomes: Dungeon and Sewers.
- Procedural roguelite levels in reverse. Climb up from the depths to avenge!
- Equip your skeleton with more powerful gear
- Buy upgrades increasing your might
- Single player and 2-4 player local co-op
- Even more enemies and biomes. The Dark Caverns and The Sorcerer’s castle
- Endless amount of quests to complete in NG+ mode
Skeletal Avenger will release via Steam Early Access on April 28th. The first platform will include Windows PC. The full release in June will include Linux and Mac support. We can also expect features like high resolution rendering, high refresh rates, and more.