If you found 2021’s Ender Lilies, an action role-playing game, enjoyable, you might like 2022’s Redemption Reapers. Adglobe, developers of the critically acclaimed indie game Ender Lilies, have announced their second project, Redemption Reapers. Redemption Reapers and Ender Lilies are both role-playing games (RPGs), however Redemption Reapers stands apart from Ender Lilies thanks to its fully 3D environment.
Further, unlike Ender Lilies’ emphasis on real-time action, the game’s gameplay has a more tactical element. A more specific release date for the game is expected to be announced soon, with the current release window setting a target date of February 2023.
In Redemption Reapers, the ruthless Mort armies destroy entire countries and their inhabitants without remorse. But the Ashen Hawk Brigade, “a crafty organisation that specialises in surprise strikes,” stands in the way of these armies. At one time, the populace turned against these troops, dubbing them the unflattering “Faithless Reapers.” The public may be saved, ironically, by the very group it has rejected.
The objective of the game is to repel the Mort invasion with only five warriors at your disposal. This may sound like an insurmountable task, but the fighters’ varied builds and strategic options make them excellent complements to one another. It will be up to the players to maintain track of their limited resources so that the warriors aren’t left defenceless while they engage in fight.
Players can contact with the warriors outside of combat and learn about their individual histories “to gain insight into the route ahead for the Brigade.”
Fans of Adglobe shouldn’t let the fact that Redemption Reapers’ design aims are different from Ender Lilies’ stop them from checking it out. Below is a three-minute trailer that reveals the Redemption Reapers. Take a peek at Redemption Reapers, a tactical role-playing game set in a dark fantasy world developed by Binary Haze Interactive and published by Adglobe. The Redemption Reapers announcement trailer introduces players to the game’s cast of characters and provides a glance into the game’s bleak setting.
As the terrible Morse army leaves behind no survivors, there is only a glimpse of hope left. The fate of the Haitaka Brigade rests in your hands as you train, equip, and level up a band of elite mercenaries over a variety of difficult engagements, utilising special team attacks and weapon synergies to your advantage.
Masayuki Horikawa, who worked on the Fire Emblem series and on the planning for Kingdom Hearts III, is the director of the game, and in addition to having Japanese voiceovers, it will also have English voiceovers, with well-known actors such as Kyle McCarley, Allegra Clark, David Lodge, and Lucien Dodge providing their voices.
The merciless forces of the Mort are wreaking havoc on the world that makes up the game’s setting. Their nighttime raids are both efficient and brutal, and as a result, they have been responsible for the collapse of entire nations.
The Ashen Hawk Brigade takes a stand against them, employing the surprise tactics that they have developed in order to stem the tide of ruthlessness. In the traditional pattern of strategy JRPGs, the player is charged with directing them in tactical fights that take place on 3D terrain. Components such as sneak attacks and combo strikes that involve many troops are also included in this package.
The progression system allows you to build new weapons and armour for each member of the Brigate and enhance their talents. You may also equip each member of the Brigate with gear.
Redemption Reapers will, of course, also feature fully voiced cutscenes in addition to its “compelling, mature plot” promise.
In February of 2023, Redemption: Reapers will be released for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.
The first trailer for Adglobe and Binary Haze Interactive’s upcoming project, Redemption Reapers, has been revealed. Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights was developed and published by Adglobe and Binary Haze Interactive, respectively. The independent video game developer and publisher collaborated on the production of a game for the first time in 2021, and their next project is scheduled for imminent release.