Death or Glory, the free-to-play card game that blends fighting game mechanics with deckbuilding to offer the ultimate card dueling experience, has announced its first post-launch content. Roxxor, a giant warrior that intimidates with powerful grabbles, crunching slams, and T-Rex wielding throws will be available on the 21st of November.
Death or Glory was released on PC via Steam Early Access on October 17th. Over the past 4 weeks over 1,300 players faced off, over 250,000 cards were played and the PvE bosses have been slain over 1,800 times. Distilled Gaming Company recently announced Death or Glory will receive regular monthly updates, bringing new champions to the roster (one per month), new PvE maps, and modifiers to mix up the replayability.
All new champions will bring their achievements and progress paths, allowing more in-game currency to be earned to use on additional champions or cosmetic skins. All new PvE maps added to Death or Glory will be free to all players.
Death or Glory offers a unique turn-based system in which almost every attack can be reacted, whether dodged or blocked. Each card uses a speed system, much like the frames of a fighting game, so a heavy attack will still hit over a small block. Managing your resources, including stamina, champion power, and cards in hand, is vital in dominating the arena.
Choose a fighter, venture through the fantasy realms, and build the perfect champion deck in the roguelike adventure mode, which plays like a traditional roguelike deckbuilder. Multiple maps are on offer, all of which evolve and change as you defeat new challengers.
The champions of Death or Glory are divided into five different classes, each with a unique play style and resource system. Piloting a mech requires managing the system's temperature to execute devastating combos while fighting as a feral werewolf means harnessing rage to slash away at your opponent's health.
Death or Glory is available now in Steam Early Access as a free-to-play title. In-game currency can be purchased to unlock new champions and cosmetic items. All champions can be earned via in-game play. To keep up to date with the development of Death or Glory then follow Distilled Gaming Company on X.