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    Multi-genre open-world RPG Sengoku Dynasty launches in Early Access on August 10

    Polish developer Superkami, in partnership with publisher Toplitz Productions, has announced that Sengoku Dynasty, their exciting multi-genre open-world RPG, city builder and survival game, will be released on PC via Steam Early Access. 10th of August.

    Sengoku Dynasty is a brand new adventure set in a fictional Japan devastated by famine and war. Players will have to go from a simple peasant to a legend, guarding their heritage and building their kingdom.

    During Early Access, Sengoku Dynasty will provide players with hours of exploration, crafting, and resource gathering alone or with up to 4 friends in a cooperative game mode. With cultural precision at its core, developer Superkami has created a unique vision of life in feudal Japan. Using a variety of informational and visual resources, including historical and cinematic references, as well as photographs from museum exhibits, this provided a realistic and accurate representation of the game’s historical context.

    The visual power of Unreal Engine 5 brings the dramatic landscape of the Sengoku Dynasty to life. The vast open world will span the seasons across multiple biomes, where players will explore ancient forests, serene cherry groves, mist-shrouded hot springs, and snow-capped mountainous terrain.

    To ensure the growth and development of their villages, players will need to create tools, weapons, food or medicine, and cultivate the land to ensure the survival of their community. In order to manage multiple locations, players will need to create a sprawling settlement to increase their influence, obtain vital resources, and develop their projects. From rice paddies and bridges to watchtowers and temples, they will have complete freedom to create huge interconnected cities designed the way they want.

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