The Apocalypse Wanders to Consoles in Cardaclysm
If you’re a fan of procedurally generated content and card games, you’re in luck today. Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four, which originally released in February on PC, is now coming to consoles August 13th. Those consoles include Xbox One, Series X|S and Nintendo Switch. It’s been developed by Elder Games and will be published by Headup Games.
For those looking for more info, you can check out HPP’s PC review and read the following info:
Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four is a procedurally generated collectible card game with action RPG elements. Tinkering with magic and spells beyond his ability, a dark wizard accidentally unleashes The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and their minions. The only way to send them back to the fiery pit from whence they came is by battling through with over 240 cards and more that 40 artefacts.
After launching for PC in February, the game has been ported to consoles, and includes everything that can be found in the PC version, including all Early Access updates: Besides the 240+ cards and 40+ artifacts, you’re going to fight lots of enemies in six biomes and eventually face the fierce final boss in an especially deathly realm, filled with brutal creatures called “Agents of Death”. Only those who win enough keys are allowed to enter the final realm and face the ultimate boss: Death himself!
Cardaclysm: Shard of the Four will be available in English, French, German, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese.
I admit, I’m especially interested in checking the game out on Switch this August. Be sure to check out Cardaclysm next month, and stay tuned to HPP for more games published by Headup Games!