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Players control a party of up to five unique immortals as they set out on a quest through Alvedor in this strategic, multiplayer RPG. Players have the ability to enchant powerful items, customize their hand picked immortals, and make tactical moves to defeat their enemies.

Immortal Empire's unique gameplay is comparable to a cross-breed between X-Com and Dota. Each immortal wields a different set of powerful spells that, when used together, create interesting synergies that demand ultimate skill in tactics to succeed.

This captivating, turn-based gameplay is presented alongside a large, conversation-style storyline arc that has players encountering numerous NPCs; from good, to evil, to humorous. Selecting certain answers during dialog gives unique attributes to the characters and alters the storyline.

The multiplayer component allows drop-in 4 player co-op, each player commanding up to five immortals in a party. Players can choose to work together or combat each other in versus mode.  Opponents can choose 1v1 or 2v2 live versus mode to push their strategic skills to the limit. Have no friends? We're sorry to hear that. But don’t worry, our automatic matchmaking system will pair players with others of similar skill level. Players can climb the ladder system, earning a higher rank and proving their worth amongst friends.
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