The final instalment of the Banner Saga is already here. To celebrate the occasion, Stoic has shared the Banner Saga 3 Launch Trailer that shows many familiar faces and bits of events players will be able to experience in the game. As a group of survivors makes a desperate final stand in the human capital, a single caravan heads directly into the darkness to try and stop the approaching apocalypse. Do you have what it takes to save the world?
Banner Saga 3 is the epic conclusion to a sweeping viking saga six years in the making. This strategic RPG, acclaimed for its strong story and compelling characters has has won over 20 awards and been nominated for 4 BAFTA awards. As the world crumbles around you, how will you survive when the Darkness draws near, and who will you trust with the fate of the world?
- A cast of powerful characters – In the final chapter of the Banner Saga, guide more than 40 heroes to survive against the toughest odds yet, many old and familiar faces, and some new allies you’ve never met before, including powerful menders and, for the first time, playable dredge. Just remember that nobody is safe.
- Decisions matter – Determine the fate of your travel-weary allies with a multitude of outcomes truly tailored to the decisions you make- not just here, but carried over from previous games in the trilogy as well. Nothing is unimportant. Nothing is forgotten.
- Finely-tuned tactical combat – in a series known for innovative combat, this chapter delivers more unique and custom battles than ever before, from disturbing new warped enemies and multi-wave combat to unique and powerful heroic titles for allies that can turn the tide of battle.
- A timeless art style – the gorgeous landscapes and animation of the Banner Saga are at their best in Banner Saga 3. Explore unimaginable vistas warped in strange and beautiful ways by the Darkness, and more fully-animated story moments than both the previous games combined.
- An epic soundtrack – composed by Grammy-nominated composer Austin Wintory, this final full-length score, recorded by a live orchestra, concludes the trilogy on a high note.