Yesterday, November 2, a diabloid from the Polish team Dark Point Games – Achilles: Legends Untold – was released. The top-down combat role-playing game is strongly reminiscent of Diablo, but draws its plot not from pagan legends, but from Homer’s Iliad. The action is already available on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, but without the Russian language – the team removed it from an early version and never returned it to the game.

On OpenCritic the game scored 71 out of 100, but only 54% recommend it to players. IN Steam the situation is better – 74% of reviews are positive. And here IGN I didn’t like the new one:

“In its post-release form, Achilles: Legends Untold is a half-baked and rather ragged game about Ancient Greece with optional combat and a world that is full of beautiful things and meaningless empty spaces.”

Achilles: Legends Untold invites us to explore the world of Ancient Greece from the perspective of the fearless chosen one of the gods – Achilles. Ahead of us are many fierce battles, countless trials and, it seems, a good multi-level plot in which we will save mortals from death.



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