DUNGEONS & Dragons Dark Alliance is finally out – and we’ve got all the info.
Here’s what you need to know about the Dark Alliance release time and date, supported platforms and more.
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What is Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance?
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is a brand new third-person RPG for consoles and PC.
If the name didn’t give it away, it’s based on Dungeons & Dragons – the legendary role tabletop game.
The game borrows characters from The Legend of Drizzt novel series – four of which are playable.
And it’s set in Icewind Dale, a frozen tundra in the deep north of Faerûn.
There are single-player and multiplayer modes, including four-person co-op.
Reception to the game so far has been average, earning middling scores across the board.
On Metacritic, it holds a 69/100 score on PS5, 63/100 on PC and 60/100 on Xbox Series X.
Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance release date and time
The game was supposed to come out back in 2020, but it was ultimately pushed to 2021.
Now the official Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance release date is June 22, 2021.
The game is available from 5am UK time on Tuesday, June 22.
However, developers have said that there has been a delay in the game appearing on some storefronts.
Dark Alliance is available on a host of platforms.
You can play it on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Windows PC.
Sadly there’s no support for Mac or Nintendo Switch.
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