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Hand of Fate, the Australian-created dungeon crawler action RPG with a twist of deck building, has finally been dealt a solid release date for its launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One: February 17th.

Now marking just over a year since it was officially funded through Kickstarter, Defiant Development's card-based roguelike combines elements of an action brawler with a tabletop deck-building game. Players explore dungeons, its structure built via a series of cards, and battle swarms of enemies that appear throughout the caverns in search of loot and an exit.

Of course the game has been available for some time through Steam's early access, but the release will not only see it being released officially to the public on PC, but also to consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.






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