Disciples Returns After Long Dormancy With Unsettling Trailer For Brand-New Game


The Disciples series is back, with publisher Kalypso Media and developer Frima Studio announcing Disciples: Liberation will be released for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in Q4 2021. The dark fantasy strategy RPG franchise hasn’t seen a new entry since Disciples III: Renaissance, which came out over a decade ago.

A new (very creepy) trailer for Disciples: Liberation released alongside the announcement (as a heads up: maybe skip it if you’re not a fan of needles or folks messing with eyeballs). In it, you see a man and a woman undergoing a painful-looking ritual being forced upon them by a shaman-looking character, before the woman awakens and goes outside to meet with the man and shaman she saw in her dream–it’s implied that she saw a dark consequence to choices she could have made, but thankfully it seems she managed to avoid that fate.

If Disciples: Liberation looks interesting to you, you can sign up for the game’s closed alpha. It’s only taking 200 players though, so maybe curb your expectations if you’re thinking “Oh, I’ll definitely make it in.”

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