After the launch of Tropico 6 on PC, the leaders of Kalypso Media announce Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars, a strategic card game set in a dimension of dark colours.
Developed by Palindrome Interactive, Immortal Realms is a strategic one that puts the user in the role of the Prince of Darkness of Nemire, a kingdom crossed for centuries by violent feuds between different clans of vampires fighting for control of the territory.
The title uses the by now consolidated videogame language of turn-based strategies to give fans the opportunity to create their own vampire empire by facing other creatures of the night in a series of fights based on setting up a deck of digital cards.
If in the presentation trailer we are offered a short narrative preamble of the events that we will see (and participate in) in the different missions that follow one another in the main campaign, to help us understand the real gaming experience that awaits us in Vampire Wars we think about the images of announcement, thanks to which we can see the profuse commitment of Palindrome Interactive in the realization of this vampiric microcosm inspired by titles like GWENT and the decidedly more unfortunate Artifact.
The marketing of Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is scheduled for September on PC and in early 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.