One More Gate: A Wakfu Legend, strategic deck-builder, announced for Switch – Nintendo Everything

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Ankama today announced One More Gate: A Wakfu Legend, a strategic deck-builder. Switch is set to receive the title in early 2023.

One More Gate: A Wakfu Legend is a rogue-lite deck-builder with a mix of exploration and strategic turn-based combat. We have additional information below.

In One More Gate, players will journey to fantastical places as they master the power of Wakfu to create devastating combos and lay waste to all who stand in their way. The world of One More Gate takes its cues from Ankama’s rich multimedia heritage in comic books, anime and games, with bold design, a vibrant colour palette, and gorgeously rendered effects sure to capture the imaginations of players.

Key Features

Discover the “World of Twelve” universe and the adventures of Oropo
Pass through the portal and explore vibrant procedurally generated levels. Choose the smartest path, fight fantastic creatures, and take part in events that will make you stronger… or not.

Grow stronger and master the powers of Wakfu
The natural energy of Wakfu is unique to the World of Twelve. You must learn to use the variations in its flow to your advantage if you want to defeat the most fearsome creatures.

Meet eccentric characters and complete quests
From a dojo master to a body-building granny, the One More Gate universe is full of unique characters who will send you on increasingly tricky missions in exchange for fabulous loot.

Collect cards and create destructive combos
Crushing monsters, opening chests, spending kamas to buy a peddler’s wares… There are many ways to expand your deck with the help of the approximately 100 cards available in the game.

Each run is unique
There are countless secrets waiting for you to discover: gems with unexpected powers, divine blessings and dangerous curses. Are you ready to pass to the other side?

One More Gate: A Wakfu Legend will initially debut on Steam Early Access this summer. The full launch, including the Switch version, will then go live early next year.

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