Maglam Lord PC

Maglam Lord PC Release Date Announced

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D3 Publisher announced that Maglam Lord will release for PC on May 30, 2022. The game is immediately available to wishlist through Steam. However, D3 Publisher has yet to reveal how much the PC version of Maglam Lord will cost. That said, the Steam page reveals that it intends to have “bundles” available to consumers. Additionally, the “Special Pack DLC” and original soundtrack will be available to obtain through Steam.

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The PC version of the game will have English, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language support. However, it will only have Japanese audio options. More information about the PC version will appear in the future.

Maglam Lord is an action RPG with dating elements. Players assume the role of a demon lord that has reawakened after years of slumber to learn that their kind has neared extinction. A handful of characters are available for the player to romance and eventually marry.

Players will also have access to a weapon crafting system. This will allow them to make weapons of their choosing, with decorations adding more buffs to individual weapons. Another unique feature is the player character’s ability to turn into a weapon, to be used by the character they take into main story quests and sub missions with them.

Maglam Lord is available for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, with a PC release scheduled for May 30, 2022.

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