Six Temples will be launching on Steam Early Access on April 17, 2020. The fantasy multiplayer arena game, which was developed by Camel Cup Graphics, a New Mexico based studio, allows players to choose from 12 heroes to fight in teams of 16 for arena-based objectives.
The game is set in the mythic past. The multiplayer magic slasher allows players to summon wicked spells, cut through creatures of shadow, and reclaim the Relics of Power in the Age of Apocalypse. The goal is for players to achieve eternal glory.
Six Temples features a roster of 12 playable heroes, such as the savage Executioner, the mystic Shaman, the wily Huntress, the death-dealing Assassin, the fire-wielding Wizard, and more. The directional melee combat system allows players to engage in skill-based battle against other players, a host of undead and other environmental minions that will defend the map.
Maps will feature control points, including graveyards, defensive, and power-up zones, which will be arranged evenly between two sides of the arena. A game mode similar to capture-the-flag will allow players to compete as part of a team to retrieve magical relics and defend them in their home temple to secure victory.
Six Temples will feature a Skill Points system. Players will have access to magical abilities and items throughout each round and can use these to turn battle in their favor. Treasure may be collected from fallen AI mobs.
Additionally, the game will feature visually appealing and dynamic maps to play on, such as Alkazar, multiple game modes, full controller support in addition to mouse and keyboard, a full-featured offline mode, and enemy bots with adjustable difficulty levels.
Six Temples will be available on Steam for $29.99. At the time of this writing, a limited-time launch discount of $19.99 will be available to players. To learn more about the game, visit the official website.
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