Create Your Own Hero in the New Spellforce 3 Journey Mode

Spellforce 3 Reforced is adding a new Journey mode that will allow players to create their own heroes.

Published: April 28, 2022 12:07 PM /


Spellforce 3

The new Spellforce 3 Journey mode has been announced, bringing with it a brand new experience to Spellforce 3 Reforced. The mode will add more than 20+ hours of unique content to the game while also paying tribute to the "free game mode" from the original Spellforce 1. The new Spellforce 3 Journey mode will have players being able to create heroes that can then be used to compete in custom Journey Skirmish matches against each other. It can also be played in coop, which is nice.

This is all leading up to the release of Spellforce 3 Reforced on consoles on June 7, 2022 for $39.99/€39.99/£34.99. It will launch for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X. There's also a Spellforce 3 Reforced Complete Edition that combines the two expansions, Soul Harvest and Fallen God, for $59.99. The expansions can also be bought separately. The overhaul released back in December for PC, and by all accounts did a pretty good job at overhauling the game. For the curious, it adds three new modes: Journey Mode, Journey Skirmish, and Arena Mode, which is an endless game mode that will allow players to fight against waves of monsters. 

Quick Take

Spellforce 3 is an excellent game, and its two expansions were also well received. Its multiplayer isn't fantastic, but with the base game and the two expansions you're getting between 60-90 hours of content to play through. For $60 that's a pretty good deal and if you're looking for both a good RTS and decent RPG, this game is both.

Want to check out the Spellforce 3 Journey Mode in action? Check out the trailer below:

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