Songs of Conquest, a turn-based single-player game from Coffee Stain and Lavapotion, was announced at the E3 2019 PC Gaming Show. The game is still a long way off with a release date of late 2020, but players can sign up for the alpha right now.
Songs of Conquest will see players build their kingdom, raise armies, and control powerful magicians called wielders. Gamers can complete quests to obtain loot, fight monsters, and configure their build orders and strategies to deal with enemy team. This makes combat a huge part of the game as players will need to recruit troops and wielders and command them during battle.
Players that are interested in Songs of Conquest can sign up to test the game when it comes to PC and Mac, although there are no details on when that test will go live, or what the release date will be other than late 2020.
To find out more, head to the Songs of Conquest website an browse through the test sign up, FAQ, E3 2019 trailer, and even screens and artwork. While Songs of Conquest is a long way off, there are a lot of games coming out this year, and the best place to keep track of them is the video game release dates 2019 guide we have going at Shacknews. You can also follow our E3 2019 tag to keep tabs on all the things we’re working on as the show rolls on.