Indie developer Tactical Adventures released the Sorcerer Update for their turn-based tactical RPG Solasta: Crown of the Magister. The Sorcerer Update is the first major update since the game’s 1.0 release on May 27 that has received positive reviews from both gamers and media.
In the Sorcerer Update the new Sorcerer class is introduced. There are three new subclasses of the Sorcerer that includes Draconic Bloodline, Mana Painter, and Child of the Rift. The new class has new features, clothes, and body modifications.
Iron Man Mode is a new difficulty option for players who are ready for a hard challenge. Players will find that they live by the dice, die by the dice in this new mode.
Several new Dungeon Maker Environments have been added that include Woodland, Sewers, and Catacombs. Mod.io support for GoG and Microsoft Game Pass has been implemented. Localizations for Brazilian Portuguese and Russian for both text and subtitles is now available.
The patch also includes several changes and bug fixes to classes, gameplay, spells, items, quests, story, combat, monsters, and other parts of the game. Since this is a large update the developer is reminding players to remove or deactivate all mods as updates of this scale will often conflict with mods and break the game. A more complete list of changes in the Sorcerer Update can be found here.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister with the Sorcerer Update is available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle, Steam or GOG for $39.99 USD. A Solasta: Crown of the Magister – Supporter Edition is available on Humble Bundle and Steam for $49.98 USD that includes the base game plus an environmental art pack, weapon art pack, badlands art pack, and additional dice with special FX. The Supporter Pack is available as a DLC for those who own the base game and can be purchased on Humble Bundle and Steam for $9.99 USD. The game is also available on the Microsoft Store as a part of the Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Tactical Adventures (@tct_adventures Twitter) is a game development and publishing studio located in Paris, France. Founded in 2018 by Mathieu Girard, who previously co-founded Amplitude Studios, Tactical Adventures plans to remain as a small team of experts working to create an immersive and tactical RPG with strong links to the authentic tabletop experience.
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