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Sometimes, when it comes to the isometric action-RPG what you see is not always what you get. In the case of Pagan Online the sentiment is more 'WASD you get' as it implements a control scheme more commonly found in a hero shooter to present an engaging new spin of the genre.

Here's a snippet of gameplay and our full preview.


Pagan Online immediately stands out and feels like its own thing based purely on the control method implemented – which is more Overwatch than Diablo III.

With the WASD keys used for hero movement and then a combination of mouse buttons and other keys to trigger abilities, it's a setup that owes a lot to the MOBA and hero shooter genres. Pagan Online’s combat is as much skill focused and fast-paced reactionary engagement as it is dependant on the colour of the current weapon you have equipped. It sets a tone and pacing that is unlike anything else in the genre, complimented by some already exceptional animation with hit detection that sells every axe swipe, ground slam, and whirlwind spin.

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