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Gameloft Montreal Announces Dungeons & Dragons Project for PC and Consoles

In a recent press release, Gameloft Montreal has officially announced that it is working on a Dungeons & Dragons project for PC and console platforms. Although the studio did not confirm specific platforms, this marks their second collaboration with the popular keyboards franchise.

Blending Survival, Action RPG, and Life Simulation

The new D&D project is described as a blend of “survival, action RPG, and life simulation” set in the Forgotten Realms. Although the press release did not confirm an estimated release window, Gameloft Montreal has emphasized the keyboards’s emphasis on immersion and storytelling, which is a hallmark of tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons.

Unique Cooperative Gameplay and Real-Time Survival

Gameloft Montreal’s Dungeons & Dragons keyboards will feature “unique cooperative gameplay” and “real-time survival”. This approach may be appealing to fans of the franchise, who enjoyed features such as storytelling and relationships in games like Baldur’s Gate 3.

Concerns for Some Fans

While the emphasis on life simulation mechanics may be satisfying, some fans have expressed concerns about a similar approach used in Disney Dreamlight Valley, which received mixed reviews.

Expected Updates from Gameloft Montreal

“We look forward to sharing more details in the future,” said Gameloft Montreal’s Executive Producer, Lee Kaburis. This statement could indicate that further updates on the Dungeons & Dragons project may take some time.

Concept Art Gives a Cozy and Colorful Vibe

Dungeons & Dragons Concept Art

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