Hand of Fate 2 Available Now for Nintendo Switch™
Defiant Development’s Beloved Action RPG Goes Portable
Sit down at the Dealer’s table and get dealt into the “Game of Life and Death,” where magical decks of collectable cards are shuffled and laid out into dungeons, ready to explore. Each card offers perilous exploration, high-risk high-reward minigames, as well as Dungeons and Dragons-style storytelling and decision making. When a card calls for battle the tabletop board is left behind, bringing the cards to life in action-packed sequences that play out in third-person hack-and-slash combat.
The award-winning follow-up to the original Hand of Fate, which has been downloaded more than 2.5 million times since its release in 2015, introduces a number of enhancements. Alongside a new story, the sequel features invaluable companion characters that provide aide in and out of combat along with their own storylines, a much-improved combat system, new tabletop minigames, and an overworld map to explore the narrative in new and exciting ways.
The Nintendo Switch version comes packed with all the DLC released for its PC counterpart between the game’s November 2018 launch and April 2019. More add-ons are on the way.
“When we originally released Hand of Fate 2 the reception from fans was overwhelmingly positive, praising the improvements to every facet of gameplay alongside the exciting new changes,” said Morgan Jaffit, Director, Defiant Development. “Now the thriving Nintendo community has the opportunity to play the franchise beloved by millions.”
Hand of Fate 2 is also via PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The game supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese language options.
About Defiant Development
Defiant Development is the Brisbane-based developer behind 2015’s surprise hit, Hand of Fate. The 20-person studio previously developed Heroes Call and Ski Safari for mobile platforms, the latter of which has accumulated more than 120 million downloads.
To learn more about Defiant Development, please visit their website.