The final update to Iron Tower Studio’s unabashedly old-school RPG arrives today, concluding the 10-year developmental journey of The Age of Decadence as it approaches its newly announced launch-date, October 14, 2015.
Set in a post-apocalyptic fantasy world inspired by the fall of the Roman empire, The Age of Decadence is a turn-based RPG with highly tactical combat, rich character development, multiple quest solutions, and a branching narrative filled with difficult choices and impactful consequences.
The Age of Decadence is not a game about killing monsters or exploring mystical lands, but rather, surviving amid the greed and brutality of your fellow humans and carving out a name for yourself. Good and bad are purely relative. It’s a world of scheming and backstabbing in which your words and actions have the potential to forge alliances and sow discord, and your path is never certain.
Currently on Steam Early Access, the final content update for The Age of Decadence includes:
- The Ziggurat: The final game location and the resting place of an ancient God who fought alongside men in the Great War, but vanished after the collapse of the Empire.
- 13 possible endings: Dictated by players’ choices, deeds, the items they’ve obtained, and even what they have seen.
- Improved combat AI: To provide a more challenging combat experience with units being able to more deftly switch tactics.