Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars Closed Beta Available With Pre-Orders

The dark fantasy title will infuse turn-based strategy with card game elements on PC this spring, with console versions to follow in 2020.

Developer Palindrome Interactive has teamed up with publisher Kalypso Media known for releasing the management simulation series Dungeons and Tropico to launch an upcoming turn-based strategy game with card-based combat elements.

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars will drop on PC via Steam this fall. PS4, Switch, and Xbox One ports are scheduled to launch in mid-2020.

Anyone who pre-orders the game gets an early-bird discount and gains immediate access to the closed beta to begin their quest for conquest with the Dracul, Moroia, or Nosfernus vampire clans.

In addition to closed beta access, pre-orders will unlock the full game soundtrack and the Fangs & Bones DLC (which adds the Winter Wolf and Skeleton King lords to your skirmish mode roster) at release.

The full release version of Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is now confirmed to include the following three game modes:

  • Story campaign mode with 12 missions across four different environment types
  • Free-roaming open-world sandbox mode
  • Difficult skirmish mode with random battles

Those that want more than just non-stop combat are in luck, as Palindrome announced that the core gameplay is split between the action-oriented Combat mode and the more strategic Kingdom mode for recruiting, upgrading, and expanding your vampire lord's domain.

Looking for more turn-based strategy games with a heavy emphasis on tactics? If you don't mind switching from dark fantasy to far-future sci-fi, be sure to check out the recently released Age Of Wonders: Planetfall.

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Published Jun. 18th 2020

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