Disciples: Liberation FAQ
|Genre||Dark Fantasy Strategy RPG|
18.11.2021 for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Georgia
25.11.2021 in Japan
|Age Rating||ESRB Rating: Mature (Violence, Blood and Gore, Suggestive Themes, Language) |
PEGI 12 / USK 16
|Platforms||PC, PS4, PS5, XBOX ONE, XBOX SERIES X/S|
Disciples: Liberation is a mature, dark fantasy strategy RPG allowing players to liberate the land of Nevendaar and uncover the endless stories hidden within a richly detailed world.
Disciples: Liberation in numbers
- 80+ hours of gameplay
- 270+ quests and objectives
- 5 different endings
- 9 unique companions
- 50+ units
- 4 unique player classes
- 4 in-world factions
What are the main features of Disciples: Liberation?
- 80+ hour single-player campaign: experience a dark fantasy epic over three acts, with more than 270 quests and objectives, and 5 unique endings
- Explore a war-torn overworld: journey through 4 diverse environments – from luscious woodlands to fiery volcanic plains and icy tundra – and unearth the secrets hidden within the land
- Journey together: join forces with 4 in-game factions – from proud elven clans to remorseless undead hordes, each with their own motivations and gameplay incentives
- Write your own story: pick from 4 uniquely skilled classes and define your place in the world, recruiting others to take up arms for your cause
- Build a base: take on quests for precious resources and use political savvy to build a place of planning and sanctuary
- Fight for your life: recruit 50+ units and build an army best suited to your play style whilst honing both steel and spell in intricate-turned based combat
- Challenge deadly bosses: pit your party against horrific monsters and beasts, each requiring a unique strategy
- Choice is everything: let your decisions guide your fate and directly influence what sort of leader you become
- Fight your friends: put forth the ultimate challenge and battle for supremacy in 2-player online skirmishes
Who is the main character?
Follow Avyenna – child of two worlds and yet part of none – on her dark journey that will change Nevendaar forever. Starting out as an unknown and petty mercenary, her quest will lead you through sorrow and bloodshed to gaining control of a mighty army, ready to challenge fate.
In this dark fantasy strategy RPG you follow Avyanna on her journey through a dark and war-torn world in real-time and explore a breathing, vivid world filled with magic, mystery, and political intrigue.
With your army, which can be recruited from over 50 units, you’ll fight complex turn-based battles against beastly creatures, in which only proper tactics will lead to victory.
Who is developing the game?
Frima Studio, located in Quebec City, Canada, are developing Disciples: Liberation.
On which platforms will Disciples: Liberation be released?
PC, PlayStation 4|5, XBOX ONE and XBOX SERIES X/XS.
When will Disciples: Liberation be released?
At present, the game will be launched in October 21st. For Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Georgia, Disciples: Liberation will be released on November 18th.
Which engine does Disciples: Liberation use?
Disciples: Liberation is developed using the Unity Engine.
Will Disciples: Liberation include multiplayer?
Yes. You can battle with a friend in two-player online skirmishes
Will there be a physical retail version of the game?
Boxed retail versions for Disciples: Liberation will be available on all available platforms – however, availability may depend on your location.
Will the whole map be accessible from the beginning of the game?
In Disciples: Liberation, you will unlock new areas throughout your journey through Nevendaar.
Will Disciples: Liberation feature modding support?
No, there are no plans to include modding support.
Which languages will Disciples: Liberation support?
The game will support English, Russian (Russian language version launching on Nov 18th), French and German audio and subtitles.
There will also be subtitles for Simplified Chinese, Japanese (Japanese Subtitles on Steam will be available with the launch of the Japanese version on Nov 25), French and Spanish.
How long will it take to beat the main campaign?
The main campaign will take more than 80 hours to finish, depending on a player’s skill and willingness to explore the world.
Will we be using one leader that is given to us or will we be able to pick what leader we can use?
The player follows the story of Avyanna – the protagonist of Disciples: Liberation. However it’s up to you to decide what sort of leader she will become. Shape Avyanna’s destiny and experience 1 of different endings or maybe even the additional secret ending. Influence the behavior of the factions with your decisions. During Avyanna’s journey there is also the chance of romantic encounters.
Which factions will be included in Disciples: Liberation?
Avyanna will be able to join forces with the Legion of the Damned, the Undead Hordes, the Elven Alliance and the Empire.
How many Lord Classes will there be?
As Avyanna is the game’s single protagonist, this will differ a little to previous entries. In Disciples: Liberation, you will be able to unlock up to four unique classes with different abilities. When starting the game, Avyanna is a mercenary but will gain new options and abilities as you play through.
Is there a map editor that we can use to create maps or campaigns to play with other players in multiplayer?
Currently, for Disciples: Liberation, no map editor is planned.
What happened to the Mountain Clans of Nevendaar?
The Mountain Clans (Dwarfs)
The world of Nevendaar is populated by various fascinating races including the Undead Hordes, the forces of the Empire, the Elven Alliance and the Legion of the Damned which all have their appearances in Disciples: Liberation
But what happened to the Mountain Clans, you might ask now? We would like to go into more detail about where the mountain clans have gone.
The mountain clans are not part of Disciples: Liberation, and we want to give you some insights on this decision and we’d like to elaborate how the team for Disciples: Liberation has interpreted the past events.
To cut a long story short, the current whereabouts of the dwarves – or whether any exist at all – is unknown. All that is left of them – at least this is what it currently seems – are the bones in old dwarven ruins.
After Wotan was murdered by Mortis, the dwarves fought for their lives. One by one they fell and their remains were awakened to fight alongside Mortis. She corrupted their flesh and turned them into bone golems and other, even more hideous forms.
But as is evident in the region of Wotan’s tomb, Wotan’s essence lives on. Nevendaar is only one plane of many, and an image of Wotan remains at least in the Urdva – the Plane of Slights.
So, if the god could avoid true and final death, why not his people?
Although most believe that the dwarven clans are extinct, there are rumours. The dwarves have locked the gates to the smaller fortresses, but some say dilapidated, broken gates have been found within. Without being bound by their allegiance to a savage and unpredictable god, they may have used these gates to escape. To the north, beyond the barbarian lands, they would be safe. They could live in seclusion, at peace, free from the whims of the lesser gods.
Some even claim to have sighted dwarves on their expeditions to the north. Although anyone making such claims is usually laughed off as crazy or drunk or both.