Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror has been announced as the next game from indie developer Spiderweb Software. The product of a successful Kickstarter, Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror will see players venturing into the world of Sacramentum to rebuild a colony, destroy it, or escape their fate entirely. It’s all up to you in this upcoming open-ended role-playing game!

Check out the Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror trailer to see the game in action for yourself:

In Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror, players take on the role of the child of the titular royalty of the powerful Haven empire. The land of Sacramentum once held a colony for the Haven empire but it’s since been destroyed. Your mother sends you off to the land to conquer it for the empire and prove yourself. You’re tasked with getting the job done or never being allowed to return home again.

Players will be able to enjoy an epic fantasy adventure featuring over 50 hours of gameplay in an open-ended story taking place across the land of Sacramentum. Throughout the course of the game, they’ll be able to explore the land, conquer enemy fortresses, and complete over 100 side quests. A fortress system will allow players to establish strongholds and power up their warriors. Of course, there will also be a fair share of combat done in the tactical RPG style that Spiderweb Software is well known for.

Spiderweb Software has been independently developing video games for the better part of 25 years. Their work includes games in the AvadonAvernum (originally called Exile), and Geneforge franchises. Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror will be launching in the third quarter of 2019 for PC and Mac with an iOS version of the game to follow shortly thereafter. No price has been announced just yet, but Spiderweb Software’s games range in price from $4.99–$19.99 so it will probably fall somewhere within that range. For now, you can add the game to your wishlist on Steam.

What do you think of Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror? Do you like this older style of role-playing games or do you prefer something more modern? Let us know in the comments below!


Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!



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