Today game developer and publisher Whatboy Games has finally taken Trials Of Fire out of early access and into a full 1.0 release on PC. This release is coming after almost two years of development. Trials Of Fire is a single-player deck-building rogue-lite taking place in a post-cataclysmic wasteland.
With HUGE pride (and relief), we can finally announce that 🔥TRIALS of FIRE🔥 is now OUT of early access and INTO its full 1.0 release!https://t.co/lrUCEiQBWF
— WHATBӨY (@whatboy_games) April 9, 2021
In Trials Of Fire, players will guide a party of three heroes journeying across a barren wasteland in order to save their people. As players progress through the game they will encounter procedurally created events where they will make judgments based on their own morals. Gameplay consists of tactical turn-based battles on hexagon-based maps. Players will have to make use of their deck-building skills, party tactics, positional play in order to win each battle. Players will have access to nine different character classes to use in their party, each with its own advantages and synergies allowing the player to tailor their party to their own play style. There are over two hundred different items to equip each character, as well as over three hundred twenty skill cards that can be upgraded. The game features six different game modes and customizable quests to keep gameplay fresh and interesting. Game modes include a quick-fire combat run, an endless survival mode, and unique daily challenges.
Trials Of Fire is now available for download on PC through Steam. The base game is available for $15.99 with a 10% discount until April 16. The is also an Inferno Edition that includes the base game, the soundtrack, and a digital artbook and map.