Dragonheir: Silent Gods will release for mobile and PC in the second half of 2023
With Marvel Snap's publisher Nuverse handing publishing duties
Nuverse, the publisher of the wildly successful Marvel Snap, has announced developer SRGA Studio's open-world RPG Dragonheir: Silent Gods will release for iOS, Android, and PC in the second half of 2023.
If you've missed our previous coverage, Dragonheir Silent Gods is an RPG that sees you exploring the world of Adenthia alongside a host of other dimensions. The reason? You are searching for ancient power capable of defeating an evil being that wants to destroy the multiverse. It's pretty high stakes, as most fantasy-themed games tend to be.
There are four classes to choose from – soldier, thief, sage, and entertainer. You can customise their appearance and their attributes to suit your playstyle. Obviously, you can't fight a dragon threatening the multiverse alone, so you will need to recruit other heroes to fight for the cause.
There are over 200 to add to your squad, each with distinct abilities and traits that will make them invaluable on the battlefield. You also have the option to team up with other players in the cooperative PvE mode.
Discussing publishing Dragonheir: Silent Gods, a spokesperson at Nuverse said: “We’re excited to be working with SGRA to support a title with such a unique premise. Dragonheir: Silent Gods’ immersive multiversal setting will bring players an incredible experience and SGRA have done a fantastic job bringing all of that to life through rich storytelling and a true sense of high fantasy adventuring. We can’t wait to share more of this game with fantasy fans in the coming months, so keep your eyes peeled.”
Dragonheir: Silent Gods will release on the App Store, Google Play, and PC sometime in the second half of 2023. Following the launch, SGRA Studio has announced the game will receive seasonal content, offering new quests, characters and universes.On the hunt for some excellent RPGs on mobile? Here are some of our favourites you can enjoy on iOS