Cooperative Deckbuilding RPG Leaves Early Access with New Features and Characters.
Paradox Interactive, a publisher and developer with plenty of games on deck, today announced the release of Across the Obelisk in partnership with Dreamsite Games as part of a new “Paradox Arc” publishing initiative within the company. Across the Obelisk, a deck-building RPG with cooperative play and rogue-lite features is available now for all PC platforms at a discounted launch price of $14.99/£12.74/€14.99. The game’s debut marks the first title published through Paradox Arc, an initiative by Paradox to bring highly replayable games from small developers to global audiences, with more titles to be announced and released in the near future.
Across the Obelisk is a dynamic deckbuilding rogue-lite RPG from Dreamsite Games that challenges players to create a party from a diverse set of characters, engage in tactical card-based combat, and find a unique path across the world that changes in reaction to their decisions. Playable alone or with up to three friends, Across the Obelisk provides a different experience with each playthrough thanks to its branching world paths, highly customizable heroes, hundreds of different cards with variable upgrades, and much more. The game also offers a unique multiplayer experience, allowing each player to control a different hero and contribute to group decisions during the story.
After spending a year in Early Access on Steam, Across the Obelisk has grown steadily during its development, adding new play modes, heroes, cards, and game systems. Today’s launch of version 1.0 includes a tremendous content update, including:
- Four new heroes, bringing the total to 16 playable characters
- A new map for adventure mode with new events, enemies, and bosses
- New items and pets
- Rebalancing and improvements to the Obelisk Challenge mode, Perks System, and all existing cards and items
- New music
- Chinese and Spanish localization
- And much, much more!