Necropolis appears in Windows Store, launching on Xbox One today

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Video game, Necropolis, which has been confirmed as coming to the Xbox One console for a while now, has just appeared in the Windows Store. It’s currently unavailable to purchase but a release date has been listed as today which heavily implies that it should be available any moment now. Here’s the full game description:

Includes BRUTAL content such as ‘The Brute’ playable character, ‘The Dark Forest’ outdoor environment, and much more.

A 3D ACTION ROGUE-LIKE. Combines fast third-person combat with permadeath dungeon-delving for a game that’s diabolically hardcore. Anticipate enemy attack patterns, time your actions for maximum effect, and use smart combinations of light, heavy, and power attacks to defeat your enemies.

EXPLORE AN EVER-SHIFTING DUNGEON. Every playthrough offers new locations to discover, new threats to face, new traps to avoid, new items to craft, and new treasures to uncover.

DEFEAT HORDES OF DEADLY ENEMIES. Face ever-deadlier threats as you go deeper into the dungeon. Gemeaters, Changelings, Hoardmen, Fire Djinns, and many more exist only to kill you.

TEAM-UP IN 2 – 4 PLAYER CO-OP. Drop into multiplayer games and fight side-by-side, revive fallen comrades, and share valuable treasures as you face the dangers together.

Necropolis is a third-person roleplaying game with support for drop in and drop out multiplayer with up to four players. The game was first released on PC back in July of this year and since then has received free additional content in incremental updates such as a new playable character, Brute, and an extra play area called, The Black Forest. All of this content is expected to be included with the Xbox One version when it goes live, bringing parity between the different releases.

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