Rogue Snail Reveals First Gameplay Trailer for Relic Hunters Legend
Creators of Chroma Squad bring indie shooter/looter successor Relic Hunters Zero to life
Pouso Alegre, Brazil – September 14, 2017 – Brazilian indie game studio Rogue Snail releases the first official gameplay trailer for Relic Hunters Legend. The previous game in the series, Relic Hunters Zero, was a 100% free-to-play, open-sourced game on Steam that boasted an engaged community of over a million players around the world. Rogue Snail is now fully focused on expanding the Relic Hunters universe to a full commercial release.
The trailer shows a first glimpse of a much more ambitious game: a full-blown online RPG with 3D environments, larger variety of guns to collect, more space ducks to shoot, and an immersive, in-depth story to boot. It’s like Destiny mixed with Enter the Gungeon!
Along with revealing the gameplay trailer, Rogue Snail is also releasing a three-part webcomic series, with each part being revealed each subsequent week, until the launch of the game’s Kickstarter campaign on October 5, 2017. Rogue Snail is anticipating a closed PC Beta for 2018, with full PC and console releases tentatively scheduled for 2019.
In addition, new users who sign up for the game’s Newsletter will receive a free mini-soundtrack of the game. For more details, visit www.relichunters.com.br .
- Play for free, forever;
- Online cooperative play for up to 4 players;
- Next-generation of top-down shooter combat;
- Gorgeous visuals with innovative 2D/3D mix;
- Touching Tale of Friendship and Time Travel;
- Full 3D environments and verticality;
- Deep RPG systems;
- 4K Resolution, Unlocked framerates, 21:9 support;
About Rogue Snail:
Founded by famed Brazilian game designer, Mark Venturelli, Rogue Snail is an indie collective with several collaborators from around the world. With titles such as Chroma Squad, Dungeonland, Star Vikings Forever, and Relic Hunters Zero to his credit, Mark has turned Rogue Snail into one of the most well known and recognized game studios in Brazil. For more information, please visit www.roguesnail.com .