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HEX: Shards of Fate offers enormous strategic depth, optimal balancing and a unique art design. A set of around 340 unique cards is ready for launch: a total of three card sets will make the way into the game annually.

A special feature of HEX: Shards of Fate is that the cards level up and can also be enhanced through the use of special gemstones. With this, players have the chance to personally adjust decks and to refine their strategies. Gemstones attached to cards can strengthen magic or upgrade your servants with additional attributes.

Players select a hero from a total of six classes and eight races, who then controls the deck in a manner similar to a General and who also influences the game tactics with their individual abilities. The champions level up over time thanks to gained experience points and in doing so, improve their existing abilities and attain new ones too. In addition, it is possible to enhance the heroes using varied equipment items and weapons.
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