Haemimont Games AD and Wired Productions officially announced this weeks that the award-winning PC action-RPG, Victor Vran, will be getting a port to current generation consoles later next year. Wired Productions will co-publish the game worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for both console physical and digital releases.
The game will be published globally at digital retail and physical retail early next year. The game is being position as a key point of momentum for Wired Productions’ foray into game publishing for home game consoles. Victor Vran is an isometric RPG where players can venture and journey as they like. Taking the role of Victor, players can obtain an array of weapons, outfits, and demon powers while they explore the city of Zagaravia.
According to Wired Productions, the new console version of Victor Vran has been built from the ground-up using Haemimont’s proprietary engine. Additionally, the game will be delivered at 60 frames per second, and it will have local co-op for two players and online co-op for four players. There will also be daily and weekly maps released. More plans are set for the PC version, and those will be revealed in the upcoming weeks.
Speaking on the announcement Haemimont Games AD Gabriel Dobrev stated: “We’re excited to be working with Wired Productions to bring Victor Vran to millions of players around the world. Our original vision was to shake up the RPG genre by delivering the first all action role playing game, and the response from press and fans alike has been incredible. This partnership with Wired Productions will allow us to grow that fan base, and to engage with more players than ever before.”
The official release date for the console release will be revealed later on. Victor Vran is currently available for Windows PC.
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