Gamedec, Biomutant and Thymesia Top RPG News of the Week March 28, 2021

Gamedec, Biomutant and Thymesia Top RPG News of the Week March 28, 2021
Happy weekend from Fextralife! If you’ve been too busy to keep up on the latest in the games we cover or are looking for a refresher we’ve got you covered! Here’s a bite-sized version of the Top RPG news of the week. Taste all the latest news across the Fextralife Wiki Network.

0:00 – Top RPG News
0:14 – Dragon Age 4 Concept Art
1:20 – Assassin’s Creed 4 DLC Wrath of Druids
2:32 – Atomic Heart Photo Mode
3:33 – ESO Blackwood Preview Stream
4:47 – Magic Legends Open Beta
5:46 – Monster Harvest Release
6:44 – Gamedec release date
7:40 – Biomutant Gameplay
8:38 – Thymesia ARPG

Thymesia has been announced to be published by Team17, a dark deadly Action-RPG about wielding the power of disease, in a world of unforgiving enemies. Team17 producer Craig McCarthy describes Thymesia as a “dark and gloomy title” but one they are sure “players are going to enjoy exploring”.
Thymesia is a game about a mysterious character Corvus, who has the ability to seize enemy diseases and weaponise them against adversaries. Combat includes offensive abilities, parrying and dodging all at the right moments. Players can also customise Corvus, by upgrading and improving various stats to aid their journey, and to recover Corvus’ memories in the process.
The partnership announcement trailer previews some of the disease wielding abilities and the dark universe that players will get to explore, with plenty of challenging combat.
Thymesia will release in 2021 on PC via Steam.

A new trailer has just dropped for upcoming Biomutant, an Action-RPG by developer Experiment 101, being published by THQ Nordic.
The combat trailer dishes out some of the wacky moves and creatures players will encounter in the furry world of Biomutant. The kung-fu fable inspired RPG shows off some of the fast-paced action, mech, inventive weapons and sprawling world.
A new pre-order bonus class has been announced as well. Those who pre-order the game before its May 25th release will gain access to the Mercenary class DLC, which is described to have “a unique combination of perks”. The Mercenary class can dual-wield weapons as a starting ability, it also comes geared with a classic Katana and shorter Wakizashi blades. You will still be able to get the Mercenary class without pre-ordering, but it will be purchasable.
Biomutant will storm onto Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, GOG, the Epic Games Store and Origin on May 25th.

Publisher and developer Anshar Studios has announced the single-player cyberpunk RPG Gamedec will be coming to PC via Steam and GOG on September 16th. A Switch version was only previously announced slated for a 2021 release but no specific date has been announced as of yet.
Gamedec sets to follow the classic RPG structure, focusing on player choice in an adaptive isometric RPG. In this game the player will “solve crimes in virtual worlds”. The game emulates tabletop RPGs, with focus on character development and decision making. Players can craft a unique set of professions, to lead investigations in their preferred style.
Gamedec promises to offer freedom to approach situations in a number of different ways, offering more than one solution. The game is described as a non-combat, so your actions will rely on your investigative skills rather than your brawn.
Gamedec will release on PC via Steam and GOG on September 16th.

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20 thoughts on “Gamedec, Biomutant and Thymesia Top RPG News of the Week March 28, 2021”

  1. Another lackluster week of news. It really feels like Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is going to be the only thing to drag RPGs out of this current funk. C'mon June!

  2. My god. Nice video but those titles are so generic. Action RPG – no thanks. Dystopia – no thanks. You can literally see what games are being regurgitated. Honestly the farming pocket monster game & detective rpg were though only two worth a look out of that list. Bioware & Bathesda have lost their way.


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