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Monster summoning Sword of the Necromancer gets release date on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC

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Monster summoning roguelike action is coming our way soon, with developers JanduSoft S.L (Indiecalypse) and Grimorio of Games announcing the official release date for Sword of the Necromancer on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. They’ve also released a Sword of the Necromancer Steam demo for your immediate perusal!

The developers have now made it official by revealing that Sword of the Necromancer is releasing across the aforementioned platforms on 10th December. Sword of the Necromancer is a top-down, action roguelike that possesses a unique twist: you can resurrect any enemy you kill as an undead minion which will fight alongside you. Additionally, there’s a fluid combat system in play with a wide range of weapons and gear available to choose from. 

As you descend into this procedurally-generated dungeon, you’ll have to weigh up the benefits and consequences of what armaments to equip as you amass your army of the undead. Should you fall in battle though, you’ll lose all your gear and half of your level, so you best be careful. And if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can even clone yourself, allowing a friend to jump in for a spot of two-player local co-op action.

Furthermore, Sword of the Necromancer has been selected as part of the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition. To celebrate such a momentous occasion, there will be a 24/7 live stream of the game and a playable demo made available during the festival, which is currently underway and due to end on 13th October. Feel free to venture over to its Steam page to access the first level of the game, with two levels becoming available afterwards on 14th October for selected streamers too!

That all-important release date however is 10th December, when Sword of the Necromancer arrives on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. It is also expected to launch for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, but the confirmed date is yet to be announced.

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