Albuquerque – April 3, 2020 — Developer Camel Cup Graphics has announced Six Temples, a multiplayer magic hack-and-slash game, is launching for Steam Early Access on April 17. In Six Temples, players choose from 12 powerful Heroes and fight for arena-based objectives on teams of 16.
This competitive title brings a diverse roster of twelve playable Heroes for players to choose from, such as the mystic Shaman, the brutal Executioner, the fire-wielding Wizard, the deadly Assassin, the cunning Huntress, and more. With a fine-tuned directional melee combat system, players engage in precise skill-based battle not only against one another but against a host of Undead and environmental minions that defend the map.
Each map features numerous control points, including defensive zones, graveyards, and power-up zones arranged evenly between two sides of the arena. Players can compete in a capture-the-flag-like game mode, among others, requiring teams to retrieve magical Relics and defend them in their home Temple to secure victory.
Six Temples features a complete Skill Points system, providing Heroes access to unique magical abilities throughout the course of each round, as well as magical items, which players can use to swing the tide of battle in exchange for treasure collected from fallen AI mobs.
Additional features include:
A selection of beautiful and dynamic maps to play on, such as Alkazar.
Multiple game modes to mix it up.
Full controller support in addition to mouse and keyboard.
Fully featured Offline Mode for those looking to take a break from playing online; includes enemy bots with adjustable difficulty levels.
The game will be available on Steam for $29.99. A limited-time launch discount offer will be available to players at $19.99.
To learn more about Six temples, visit www.sixtemples.com.
About Six Temples
Six Temples is a multiplayer magic slasher set in the mythic past. Carve through creatures of shadow, summon wicked spells, and reclaim the Relics of Power in the Age of Apocalypse. Eternal glory is yours for the taking!
The title comes from startup studio Camel Cup Graphics, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.