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Hack and Slash Game Book of Demons Exits Early Access in December

Polish Developer Thing Trunk has officially announced that its long awaited game, Book of Demons, will be exiting early access in December.

Book of Demons is a creative mix between a hack and slash and deck builder. In it, you decide the length of your quests. With your choice of cards in hand, you must slay the armies of darkness, travel through dungeons and save the Paperverse from the evil hands of the Archdemon himself.

Book of Demons features procedurally generated dungeons, 40 magical cards (including class specific cards), Roguelike mode for players that prefer a harder difficulty level, 70+ monster types, Xbox and Steam controller support, three underground realms, Quest boss battles, and monthly/all-time leaderboard and 200+ unlockable achievements.

After a successful cycle in Early Access, with loads of feedback from the supportive community, Book of Demons leaves early access on 13th December. We previewed the game back in 2016, and were pretty impressed by what we tried:

“Thanks to cleverly designed systems, a fun art style and light-hearted attitude, it feels much more approachable than the somber and grim games it draws its inspirations from. While it doesn’t quite fill the shoes it tries to, it does create an experience that both a casual fan and a hardcore dungeon crawling expert can enjoy.”

For more information on Book of Demons check out the recently released video “21 Facts about Book of Demons” below. If you’re interested in picking up the game, it’ll be on sale between 6th and 9th November as part of Steam’s Polish sale.

Becca knew that she would be addicted to video games for the rest of her life when she saw the first pixelated zombie shambling across her TV screen while playing Resident Evil 3. She particularly enjoys being scared, laughing until she cries, or just plain crying while experiencing games. When she isn't playing games she loves spoiling her cat Usagi and eating any kind of sushi she can find.