Die by the Blade is coming to PC and consoles

Publisher Kwalee recently revealed that Die by the Blade, developed by Grindstone Studios and Triple Hill Interactive, is on its way to PC and consoles.

Come and learn more details about this fantastic fighting and fighting game.

As we mentioned at the beginning, Die by the Blade is a sword fighting game, developed in partnership by Grindstone studios and Triple Hill Interactive.

Die by the Blade, transforms the player into a real swordsman, while taking part in frenetic 1v1 fights that feature a one-hit-kill dynamic, that is, a few simple blows immediately kill the opponent.

In creating Die by the Blade, the team at Triple Hill Interactive drew heavy inspiration from legendary games such as Bushido Blade, Way of the Samurai and the Dark Souls series.

Set in an alternate eastern world, the player wears the robe of a samurai who will master the use of a particular traditional Japanese weapon. The player chooses their character's weapon of choice, which means they are given an additional set of attributes that involve specific attacks and defenses, as well as the ability to perform fantastic and deadly one-hit attacks.

The game features a single-player campaign that features its own narrative and connects the various fights together. However, for those who prefer, you can still engage in online (or local) matchups with friends. There will also be ranked matches for the more competitive and those looking for extra challenges.

In Die by the Blade, there are no health or energy bars, so players cannot let their guard down. Defending well is just as important as attacking and with the one-hit-kill system there is no room for error.

To survive these fights, players will have to learn the art of defending themselves against enemy attacks, mastering the different combos of the chosen weapon and honing their reflexes. Victory in battle can happen in seconds.

Die by the Blade is a brutal fighting game with bloodthirsty sequels. Players may encounter intense confrontations in which there may even be dismemberments.

A final note to the great customization capacity of our character (and respective fighting style) which, according to Triple Hill Interactive, will allow players to create the best and most intimate samurai that resides in everyone.

Die by the Blade will be released on November 3 on PC, Playstation 5, Series X, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A Nintendo Switch version is even expected to come out in 2023.

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