The Last Spell is a Heavy Metal Demon-Slaying Adventure

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The Last Spell is a Heavy Metal Demon-Slaying Adventure

June 11, 2020

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

CCCP has debuted The Last Spell at the Escapist Indie Showcase, and boy does it look good

Check out The Last Spell Reveal Trailer for some demon-killing action set to epic metal music that would make the Doom Slayer proud:

In The Last Spell, a group of mages has caused The Cataclysm to happen. Hellish demons are descending upon the world, and it's up to you and your group of hardened warriors to fight against the onslaught of deadly monsters using turn-based tactical RPG gameplay.

Players can expect fo fight dozens of different enemies types throughout the course of this game. This isn't going to be a traditional 3 vs. 6 RPG battle, either — literal hordes of demons are right on your doorstep, and you and your allies will have to cut your way through all of them.

 
 

Your ultimate goal is to let the last few remaining mages cast The Last Spell and banish all of the magic from the world. The demons don't want that to happen and are all too happy to chomp your face off instead, so get ready for a hell of a fight.

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When is The Last Spell Release Date?

Killing demons is always tons of fun (unless you're a demon, I guess), and this upcoming game from CCCP looks like it's going to provide players with a series challence. When will you be able to play it?

Although this game was a part of the Escapist Indie Showcase, the developers declined to mention a specific release date. You can expect it to launch sometime later in 2020. If this game seems like your kind of jam, you can add The Last Spell to your wishlist on Steam.

What do you think of The Last Spell? Are you down with fighting demons in a tactical RPG or do you prefer a more fast-paced game for this kind of setting? Let us know in the comments below!

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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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