Event Horizon’s Guns N’ Sorcery RPG Dark Envoy Being Published by Asmodee Digital

Publisher Asmodee Digital has today confirmed that they are partnering up with the development studio Event Horizon to publish the latter’s upcoming “Guns N’ Sorcery” RPG Dark Envoy. Being developed for consoles and the PC, the game is expected to hit store shelves later in 2022.

Dark Envoy is pitched as “a Guns N’ Sorcery RPG-adventure with tactical real-time combat and online co-op”, and as a game that “merges a rich, non-linear story and tactical, party-based combat with dynamic gameplay flow and high-quality visuals and effects”, and “blends modern concepts with classic genre tropes, creating a distinct and unique RPG gaming experience.”

In Dark Envoy, the players embody Malakai and Kaela, two children of war refugees. They are living the day-to-day life of adventurers as they seek ancient relics and forgotten places. Soon they too will have to learn how to survive in the chaos of war, as blood and tragedy will mark the beginning of their true journey.

We are delighted to partner today with the gifted Event Horizon team to publish Dark Envoy, an innovative tactical RPG. s we are expanding our editorial scope towards new genres and new audiences, Dark Envoy fits perfectly with our desire to offer players increasingly varied and immersive gaming experiences. We look forward to allowing players to discover the unique world of Dark Envoy and are excited to support Event Horizon throughout this journey.

Nicolas Godement – Head of Operations at Asmodee Digital

For Dark Envoy, we were looking for a publisher that shares our utmost respect for the gaming community and is willing to experiment with gameplay mechanics and look for ways to refresh the RPG genre. Asmodee Digital is focused on delivering high-quality entertainment, and that fits perfectly with our mission to make our games a unique experience for all players.

Krzysztof Monkiewicz – CEO of Event Horizon
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