Portal Knights, the co-op role-playing game that incorporates building elements of games like Minecraft and Terraria is out now. The indie title released as an early access title for Steam several months ago, but makes a full launch today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Portal Knights features randomly generated worlds for you to explore, either by yourself, or alongside friends. Players can use tools and weapons to both fight challenging monsters and break down blocks for building purposes. The game is played from a third-person perspective, with an assortment of weapons and spells available.
As of right now, Portal Knights has three starting classes for players: the Warrior, Mage, and Ranger.
Portal Knights is currently available in retail and digital in Australia on Thursday, May 18, in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia while North America has to wait until May 23. Portal Knights will cost £24.99, $29.99, €29.99 at physical retail and £14.99, $19.99, €19.99 digitally.
For those who are interested, but cannot afford to pay at the moment, Trove is a free alternative that can be played on PC and PlayStation 4.
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