Crimson Keep to delve into PC and Switch later this week
First-person action RPG Crimson Keep has a release date for PC and Switch, and it’s coming out really soon. Prepare to fight your way to the deepest depths.
There aren’t an awful lot of action RPGs in first-person. Naturally, that means there’s indies to pick up the slack. Crimson Keep has you beating back undead foes and monsters in underground halls and caverns, and it’s coming out very soon. According to publisher Merge Games, Crimson Keep will release on 29th November. That’s the coming Thursday!
The game will be priced differently depending on which platform you get it on. On Steam, the game will be priced at $14.99, but further discounted by 15 percent until 13th December. On Nintendo eShop, the game will be priced at $19.99 and discounted by 20 percent until 6th December.
Don’t worry, I did the maths for you. Provided you’re speedy enough to grab the game while it’s on discount, you’ll find yourself spending $12.74 on Steam, and $15.99 on eShop.
Here’s what the game’s about:
Crimson Keep’s a game about exploration, combat and survival. The team have combined RPG progression, rogue-like gameplay and first-person action to make something very rewarding and fun. Descend into an ever-changing labyrinth full of monsters, traps, and treasure. Locate the sunken remains of an ancient castle and cleanse it. The great power you find within could be your only hope of escape. Every drop of XP, every piece of loot, and every bit of damage you take could determine whether you survive, or succumb to The Keep’s dark power. You will die… often.