Rogue Heroes Ruins of Tasos is out now

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Author:

Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

23 Feb 2021

An epic quest awaits you on PC and Nintendo Switch today as Heliocentric Studios and Team 17 launch an all-new Roguelite adventure, Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos. Rogue Heros will bring you into the incredible world of Tasos on your new quest to save the land from treacherous Titans. 


Rogue Heos will feature procedurally assembled dungeons for you to venture forth into and explore as you clash with a variety of monsters. On your journey through the dungeons, you will be able to collect gems that will allow you to upgrade your home town of Intori, which in turn will upgrade each of your brave adventurers.

Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos' multiplayer will allow you to venture with your friends both online and offline with up to 3 friends. Each time you play Rogue Heroes, be it single-player or multiplayer, you will find each experience different, as the game tailors itself to you and your party, adjusting the puzzles and challenges that await you inside the dungeon to suit your party size and class selection. Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos is available to download via Steam and the Nintendo eShop for £15.99, and if you want to try out this stunning looking adventure before you buy it, a free demo is available on both platforms.

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