Vagrus: The Riven Realms, the epic turn-based RPG with a core focus on story-telling, lore, and challenging gameplay, has launched worldwide. Available now on Steam, GOG and Fig, the multi-award-winning title and poster child for Figs Open Access funding model sees players take charge of an armed travelling company in a narrative-heavy sandbox world.

Vagrus: The Riven Realms is launching with a huge day-one patch featuring unique new quests, a revamped user interface, and a new companion (Eylani). Alongside this epic update, Vagrus will also release a Centurion Edition that includes the base game, original soundtrack, and patronage pack. Owners of the base game will be able to buy the items separately for $9.99 each.

“After 30 years of creating our grimdark setting through our DND campaigns, and four years of development, it’s time to see how players embrace our mix of genres. Make no mistake, Vagrus is a brutal game that’s designed to challenge players. They’re placed in a dark, unforgiving setting to see if their comitatus can survive. Many won’t.”

The origins of Vagrus: The Riven Realms

Born out of decades of pen-and-paper campaigns played by the developers with over a million lines of story, Vagrus invites players to form their caravan of companions, explore a dark fantasy sandbox world and survive in harsh, challenging environments. In a world that has no conscience, players are forced to make difficult decisions, plan routes effectively and manage your caravan’s resources. Do you have what it takes to survive?

Vagrus: The Riven Realms is available now on Steam, GOG and Fig for $25.49/£22.09 (with a 15% launch discount).

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