One of the worst games we've ever played.
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance will release for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on June 22nd.
The game's first free DLC will add two player couch co-op this Summer. Text chat will not be available for co-op, though there will be voice chat.
Players can acquire better rewards at higher Challenge Ratings but will need some good gear and abilities to stand a chance.
There are no microtransactions - all gear must be earned through gameplay. New bosses will also be added "throughout the year."
Even as E3 2021 rounds the corner and major announcements await, this month is jam-packed with big releases and follow-ups.
Tuque Studios' spiritual successor to Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance will be getting local co-op in a free patch this summer.
Game Pass gets another win.
Trolls, goblins, axes and all kinds of fantasy
No heavy metal music this time, though.
A pretty standard group of settings for the upcoming co-op title.
Straight to Hell, apparently.
From the first look at the next Xbox to new reveals, this year's TGA was packed.
You can tackle the upcoming fantasy title solo.
Watch the reveal for this newly announced action RPG.