Medieval tactics Inkulinati will leave early access after 700 years
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Medieval tactics Inkulinati will leave early access after “700 years of development” – release date and new trailer

Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and developers from the Polish studio Yaza Games revealed release date for the release version of its medieval turn-based strategy Inkulinati. The announcement was accompanied by a new trailer.

  Image source: Steam (○∘°。○°◦)

Image source: Steam (○∘°。○°◦)

Let us remind you that Inkulinati early access started on January 31, 2023 on PC and Xbox (including Game Pass). Since then, the developers have released four major updates (the last one was released in December) And refused from plans for online multiplayer.

As it became known, the release version of Inkulinati will be released on February 22 on PC (Steam, EGS, GOG, Microsoft Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, S and Nintendo Switch, as well as on Game Pass (PC and Xbox).

The events of Inkulinati unfold on the pages of a medieval manuscript, which a knight, a nun and other masters of the pen decide to use as an arena for their ink battles involving painted monsters.

As noted by Daedalic Entertainment, Inkulinati will be released later “700 years of development”. The first to take up the game were supposedly medieval monks, who, out of boredom, began to draw stupid creatures from fairy tales and everyday life in the margins of the pages of manuscripts.

  Whom you will meet on the pages of ancient manuscripts (image source: Daedalic Entertainment)

Whom you will meet on the pages of ancient manuscripts (image source: Daedalic Entertainment)

The developers say they’ve worked hard to make Inkulinati a fun and polished experience during Early Access, polishing mechanics, adding new content, improving graphics, and squashing bugs.

Inkulinati is approaching release with a single-player adventure mode, local duels (works also through Steam Remote Play) and more than 50 units with special skills: bishop cats, swordsman rabbits, bard donkeys, and so on.

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