Poet, programmer and developer Simon Sze, whose Grim Dawn developer company, Grim Dawn Studio, has a history of releasing PC-based games, is about to make the leap from PC to consoles.
The developer is working on a Grim Dawn console title called Grim Dawn: Dark Eras, which will be made in Unreal Engine 4.
According to Sze’s website, the game is set to launch on November 5, 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
“Grim Dawn: DARK ERAS is a Grim Fantasy-like RPG with a new approach, inspired by a new kind of Grim Fantasy, where you will have a powerful mage and powerful weapon at your disposal to help you in your quest to survive and fight your way to victory in this epic game,” the developer wrote in its Kickstarter page.
“With an open world with over 20 unique areas, players will be able to explore and explore, but be sure to take note that you are not alone.
There are many enemies that lurk around every corner and they are constantly at your heels.”
The developers stated that the game will have two modes: single-player and multiplayer.
The developers added that the player will be the “king of the universe” and will have full control over the entire game.
Grim Dawn will have several factions that are based on the real-life Grim Dawn universe, which is the same as the one developed by the developers of the original Grim Dawn game, which was released in 2013.
According the developers, players can take part in the “Gorgeous Adventure” and “Fantastic Adventure” modes.
“The story will take you through the most challenging quest in the world, but you’ll be able do it in any direction you want,” the developers added.
“You will be rewarded for your efforts with a powerful weapon and powerful abilities, and you will be treated with kindness and respect.
The best part is that this will be a totally free experience and you’ll never have to pay anything.
It’s just a free game.”
The developer added that it will offer players “the freedom to explore the game world and create your own stories.
There will be dozens of different ways to experience the game.”