GRAVEN, the dark-fantasy action-adventure FPS co-published by 3D Realms and Fulqrum Publishing with development by Slipgate Ironworks™, embraces righteous fury with its 1.0 launch via Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store. Console versions will arrive later this year.
GRAVEN’s 1.0 launch introduces two whole new zones: Hub 2, “The Granite Watch,” and Hub 3 “The Subnatural Desert,” as well as expanded depth and finer polish in Hub 1, additional enemies and boss fights, and a variety of new weapons, upgrades, spells, additional languages, and more; in total it is more than twice the content of the Early Access period. GRAVEN also features online co-op for multiplayer madness, supporting up to 8 players.
Take the helm as an exiled Priest of the Orthogonal Order and embark on a mission of vengeance after witnessing his daughter’s sacrifice at the hands of a colleague-turned-heretic. Through divine guidance from The Creator, the disgraced priest must cleanse the Order of its corruption and save the world from the encroaching evils.
With little to his name but a magicked staff and a journal, the banished priest unleashes powerful elemental spells and wreaks havoc on the hordes of zealots impeding the way. Inspired by classic first-person shooters and fantasy RPGs, GRAVEN melds expansive exploration with fast-paced combat and intricate puzzle-solving for a satisfying and immersive gameplay loop.
Traverse through multiple open-ended areas, including a deteriorating swamp town known as Cruxfirth. Build up an arsenal of weaponry such as mounted crossbows, explosives, flails, and potent spells, each more capable than the last. Tackle side quests, uncover hidden secrets, and experiment with different weapon upgrades for creative destruction.
“We’re grateful for our community, who has provided valuable feedback throughout the Early Access journey,” Said Frederik Schreiber, CEO of 3D Realms. “Through continuous feedback and improvements, the GRAVEN team is prepared to finally share this dark-fantasy adventure with fans all around the world.”