Just a few days ago gameplay trailer for the latest installment of the turn-based strategy series Disciples, subtitled Liberation with the release date planned for this fall, has appeared on the Internet. Although the trailer looks quite promising, many fans of the franchise are not satisfied with Frima Studio's work.
On the gameplay trailer we can see the available classes, equipment, and exploration of the fantasy world Nevendaar, which we aim to liberate during the game. We've also see a classic-looking battle in the style of King's Bounty or Might & Magic: Heroes VII. There was also a cut-scene showing the expansion of the city which serves as a hideout for the game's main character.
As we can read from the comments under the trailer, fans of the Disciples franchise are not entirely satisfied with the fruits of the developer's labour. They call the game "ordinary" and accuse it of lacking the atmosphere of the old parts, and even that it is no longer a continuation of the series started in 1999, but a completely new title.
Disciples Liberation will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and 5 as well as Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.