Thing Trunk Gives 21 Facts About Book of Demons

Book of Demons

Developer Thing Trunk have released a new trailer for the unique hack and slash action-RPG title Book of Demons. This gameplay trailer, which you can watch below, covers 21 facts about the game.

Book of Demons is currently in Early Access on Steam, and will be released properly on December 13th. The game is also coming to Xbox 2019.

If you’re interested in Book of Demons while the game is still in early access on Steam, you can pick it up now through November 9th at 50% off the regular price of $24.99.

Thing Trunk also revealed an additional 25 bonus facts in text form, which are listed below:

22. Casual Mode – Casual mode offers a more relaxing kind of gameplay. You can switch between casual and normal mode at any time.

23. Deadly Level-ups – All monsters lose one heart when you level up.

24. Skills – Some monsters cast skills and during casting they are immune to damage. You can break the skills using click-and-hold or with certain cards.

25. Shields – Some monsters reveal shields when attacked. You must remove the shield before the monster can receive any damage.

26. Linked monsters – When monsters are linked the master is immune before his minions are slain.

27. The Clean Sweep – Collecting all the drops and loot in a level is not required to progress, but it is surprisingly difficult to give up on with the Clean Sweep Badge.

28. Tilesets – Your dungeon descent will take you through the Maze, The Catacombs and the Fiery Pits of Hell.

29. Achievements & Leaderboards – For your competitive itch, Book of Demons features multiple leaderboards and hundreds of achievements.

30. Controller support – Multiple control schemes are supported – mouse, keyboard, and controller – and you can seamlessly switch between them.

31. Razer Chroma and Logitech – When paired with Razer Chroma or Logitech Lightsync hardware, Book of Demons can produce some pretty light effects.

32. Languages – Apart from English, the game is available in multiple languages including French, Italian, German, Russian, Polish, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, and many more. Most of the translations have been provided by the game’s active community.

33. Very positive reviews – The game holds a 94% Very Positive user rating on Steam.

34. Awards – Book of Demons won multiple awards, including Best Game Art on Casual Connect in Tel Aviv and 2017 Top 10 Indie of the Year by Indiedb.

35. Freeplay mode – After you complete the main campaign, you can continue to progress your character on higher difficulty levels in the freeplay mode.

36. The Town- The Town is your adventure hub. You can always return here to heal, gossip or purchase services such as card upgrades and artifact identification.

37. Easter eggs – The team hid quite a few easter eggs inside the game, like… sorry, no spoilers ;)

38. Endorsed by David Brevik – “Thing Trunk – game looks great! Keep on working. It’s going to be awesome” this is what the designer of Diablo 1 had to say after he played an early version of Book of Demons.

39. Cursed chests – Cursed chests hold epic rewards, but they are heavily guarded.

40. Deathrage – Deathrage is triggered when you are about to die. It recharges when you level up.

41. Death – When you die in normal mode, your hand of cards and your gold are temporarily lost. You need to get to your tombstone to get them back.

42. Angry monsters – Take a break when attacking an angry monster, or you might get an unpleasant surprise.

43. Quest mastering – The main quests can be mastered on higher difficulty levels. You’ll need golden keys to unlock subsequent attempts.

44. Cauldron – Build up the contents of your cauldron and redeem the brew periodically at Barmaid’s. Gamble to build the biggest set of prizes you can.

45. Cursed sarcophagi – When you find a cursed sarcophagus you can test your luck. Get an epic prize or get to fight for your life.

46. Imposed cards – Higher difficulty levels impose usage of random cards. Build your hand around their strengths and weaknesses, as you can’t unequip them for the duration of a single dungeon.

47. Cursed cards – Some bosses can curse and disable your cards. Slay the boss to regain control.

About Gary Smith (1103 Articles)
Gary is Owner and Editor-in-Chief of Vortainment. He's usually posting news and reviews, and doing all the back end stuff as well. He likes to play video games, watch movies, wrestling and college football (Roll Tide Roll).

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