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Back to News Listing Legions of Steel Announced

Posted: Thursday, March 27, 2014 by Bart Schouten

Type: News

Fans of Legions of Steel - a boardgame designed by Clark Browning, Marco Pecota and Derrick Villeneuve – will be happy to know that the French developers from Studio Nyx are working on reviving the eternal war between the Empire of the Machines and the factions from the Milky Way.

The Slitherine Group and Studio Nyx are now combining their efforts to develop a new game under the official Legions of Steel license. This adaptation for iOS and Android devices, will feature gameplay that both capture the essence of the original boardgame, and delivers the standards expected by modern gamers.

The team behind this project consists of veterans of the game industry. Sharing a passion for Legions of Steel they are fully committed to making a vibrant tribute to the series with this digital adaptation.

Soon you will be able to take command of Human and Machine squads during intense battles in solo and multiplayer modes. So stay tuned as we are likely to unveil more assets and information in the upcoming weeks!

Click here to follow the development on Legions of Steel from the official developer blog.

 

  

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