Dungeon Hunter 5 slashes its way onto Windows and Windows Phone on March 12
Gameloft has announced today that its popular hack and slash series, Dungeon Hunter, is about to get a sequel. Dungeon Hunter 5 will be bringing its dungeon crawling goodness to Windows and Windows Phone on March 12.
Dungeon Hunter 5 continues the legacy of the previous games by improving on its impressive graphics and introducing a new multiplayer mode and evolution system for gear. Here's just some of what you can expect when the game launches on March 12:
- Embark on an epic single player campaign through 5 realms and countless dungeons
- A new asynchronous multiplayer mode called Strongholds.
- Customize your Stronghold, manage and defend it, and raid opponents' Strongholds to ravage their loot
- Next generation AAA graphics with full support for Metal on iOS at launch
- All new evolution system: loot gear and evolve it to level up your power
- Hire your friends or other players as Allies to help you on your journey
- Daily and Weekly Events: tackle daily dungeons and weekly Wanted Challenges for more rewards
Overall, Dungeon Hunter 5 looks like a worthy follow-up to Dungeon Hunter 4, which many players enjoyed for its deep RPG and multi-player elements. If you want to check out more than the trailer above, Gameloft also recently showed off a couple of Gameplay videos on its YouTube channel, which you can check out at the source links below. Additionally, our own Paul Acevedo recently got to check the game out at PAX South, so be sure to check out his impressions of the game for more as well.
Are you excited to give Dungeon Hunter 5 a shot on March 12? Let us know in the comments below.
Source: Gameloft (YouTube)
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- I hope it's a paid game, Gameloft is known to mess up with IAPs.
Or...an anti aliasing technology in iOS
What have happened Windows.... whyyyyy!