Wired Productions and Haemimont Games AD announced that they have partnered up together to port over the isometric, action-RPG Victor Vran to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One beginning in early 2017.
The announcement makes it known that the game will land on retail shelves and will be available digitally on both systems. According to Gabriel Dobrev, CEO at Haemimont Games AD, the goal was to expand the potential market breadth of Victor Vran, introducing the game and the character to a much wider audience and a global community of gamers, mentioning in the press release…
“Our original vision was to shake up the RPG genre by delivering the first all action role playing game, and the response from press and fans alike has been incredible. This partnership with Wired Productions will allow us to grow that fan base, and to engage with more players than ever before.”
They unleashed a new gameplay trailer for Victor Vran that covers the game’s accolades and gives gamers their first look at what the sleeper hit of 2016 will look like playing on the Xbox One and PS4.
Much like Diablo or Torchlight, the game sees players hacking, slashing, hammering and utilizing magical projectiles through a horde of enemies across a variety of different dungeons.
The game sports multiple districts across the city of Zagaravia, themed after the Victorian Gothic lore for which many age-old fantasy fiction tales are set.
Console gamers will be able to play Victor Vran at 60 frames per second, along with being able to grab a friend, buddy, rival or family mate and play the game’s local two-player cooperative mode from start to finish. Alternatively, you can head online and play four-player co-op with three other buddies.
A variety of randomized maps are designed to keep the action fresh on both a daily and weekly basis. PC gamers aren’t being left out, either. There are plans to include new content for the Steam version of Victor Vran in the coming weeks.
You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the official website, or keep your eyes peeled on the headlines for the release of Victor Vran on the Xbox One and PS4 in early 2017.