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RPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 10/20/15)  | Pub:Digital Extremes
Distribution:Download | Retail Price:$39.99 | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Sword Coast Legends

Sword Coast Legends is a party-based RPG inspired by Dungeons & Dragons and developed with a partnership with Wizards of the Coast. Set in the world of Faerûn, Sword Coast Legends features multiple classes and races, a classic RPG feel intended as a shared experience. There's a full single-player campaign created by veterans who worked on games like Dragon Age: Origins, as well as a new Dungeon Master Mode that lets a player create an adventure and play it in real time with others. The game is set in the D&D Forgotten Realms universe and is based on the fifth edition ruleset. Aimed at digital and pen and paper RPG fans alike, Sword Coast Legends aims to offer a combined experience.

  • Classic RPG Elements Come to Life | Sword Coast Legends takes D&D lore and legends, crafted around a full single-player campaign, with pause time, party-based tactical battles.
  • DM Mode Brings Your Campaign to Life | Play with others both far and near, as the game's Dungeon Master Mode lets you create and play a complete game with others in real time over the internet.
  • Veteran Development Team | Sword Coast Legends is set in the D&D Forgotten Realms Universe and features and experienced team of veteran devs with lots of RPG experience.
 
2015 Disappointment of the Year Award Posted by Thebeasttt on May 29, 2016 @ 10:28AM
The game isn't ready for release. Posted by MMOreaver on January 28, 2016 @ 9:28AM
Community Pack One is Now Live Posted by blueturtle13 on November 13, 2015 @ 6:20PM
Upcoming changes and ETA Posted by SedrynTyros on October 30, 2015 @ 6:14PM
How is the multiplayer....really Posted by Soto on October 28, 2015 @ 12:42PM
Single Player Campaign Thoughts Posted by Slapshot1188 on October 19, 2015 @ 5:34PM
So I made it around 5 hours into the pre-release. Posted by iridescence on October 17, 2015 @ 4:11PM

Console Version Launches with Rage of Demons DLC

Console Version Launches with Rage of Demons DLC - Sword Coast Legends News

Digital Extremes has announced that Sword Coast Legends has officially launched for XBox One and PlayStation 4. The console version is celebrated by including the Rage of Demons DLC for free. XBox One and PlayStation 4 players can grab a copy of the game for digital download for $19.99.

Posted Jul 19, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Free Rage of Demons DLC Released for PC

Free Rage of Demons DLC Released for PC - Sword Coast Legends News

Digital Extremes has sent word that Sword Coast Legends has been updated with the free DLC called Rage of Demons. The new content includes a brand new story campaign that sees experienced players traveling alongside Drizzt Do'Urden. In addition, DMs will have a lot more tools at their disposal as well as new tilesets, monsters, decorations and much more.

Posted May 18, 2016 by Suzie Ford

n-Space Closes After 21 Years, Console Release Still a Go

n-Space Closes After 21 Years, Console Release Still a Go - Sword Coast Legends News

Sword Coast Legends developer n-Space has closed after twenty-one years of business. The news was broken by Ben Leary, posted here in its entirety.

Posted Mar 29, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Headed to Consoles in Spring 2016

Headed to Consoles in Spring 2016 - Sword Coast Legends News

The Sword Coast Legends site has been updated with good news for console owners. Both XBox One and PlayStation 4 owners will be able to get hands on the game in Spring 2016.

Posted Feb 10, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Five Things We’d Like to See from Sword Coast Legends

Five Things We’d Like to See from Sword Coast Legends - Som Pourfarzaneh  News

Sword Coast Legends (SCL) is one of those games that, if it grabs you, can keep you entertained for a good long while past what you might expect. It was greeted with a mostly rocky reception when it released (see Rob's review for reference), and was critiqued for a number of items that have led n-Space and Digital Extremes to provide free DLC updates moving forward.

Posted Jan 22, 2016 by Suzie Ford
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