Sword Of The Necromancer: Resurrection: Entering A New Dimension!

Since the original Sword of the Necromancer was 2D, the 3D remake will expand on that as well.


Sword of the Necromancer was released in 2021, and the new version of this monster-summoning dungeon crawler will run on the Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant engine. It will feature new ways to fight, revamped systems and mechanics, and the ability to customize the artificial intelligence of the monsters you summon. In addition to remastered artwork, there will be English and Japanese voice acting, and new scenes that bring Tama and Koko’s tragic love story to the surface. When you play through Sword of the Necromancer: Resurrection, you’ll receive bonuses in Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant (you can summon the remake’s bosses as special summons).

According to the story, “Legend has it that deep within these mountains, a heretic decided to defy the will of the gods in order to gain eternal life. The heretic succeeded in his quest and created a tool for forbidden rituals that could grant immortality… and even bring back the dead. Over the years and centuries, many have tried to gain this power for themselves, but in the necromancer’s crypt they have found only their own demise. It is said that the tool the Necromancer created is also a weapon… The Sword of the Necromancer.

Tama is a former rogue who is assigned to accompany the priestess Koko on her pilgrimage across the continent. During their journey, Koko dies, and Tama carries her body to the Necromancer’s crypt, where legend has it that a power exists that can resurrect the dead. Filled with desperation, Tama will enter the dungeon to obtain the forbidden power of necromancy, ignoring the dangers that lurk in the shadows.”

Sword of the Necromancer: Resurrection will be released sometime in 2024 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Steam), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. After its release, we can expect Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant. The interesting thing is that the original “Swordplay” was released in 2021! A remake in three years?

Source: Gematsu

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