Roguelike Dungeon-Crawler ‘Crown Trick’ Opens Registration for Free Closed Beta

Next Studios announced that their roguelike dungeon-crawler Crown Trick will receive a closed beta from April 15 through April 22, with signups open now.

Players interested can sign up at the game’s website and receive a Steam code for the closed beta. The developer is asking players for feedback to assist the development before launch.

Crown Trick is a strategy roguelike where players explore a dungeon to try and escape a nightmare. Each floor is littered with weapons and items for players to use in combat that each has unique stats and abilities. Furthermore, weapons have their own range as well, which covers a number of tiles or just one. There are currently over 40 active skills, 60 possible abilities, 30 usable items, and 170 special weapons known as relics in the game.

The game features puzzles in the dungeon as well, with over 60 to get through on top of the ten boss battles that await players in each run. The dungeons are randomly generated with plenty of ways to get new gear.

The developer released a new trailer that shows the latest build in action as well as what players can expect to see in the upcoming beta.

In case you missed, we previewed the game during PAX East 2020.

Crown Trick is in development for Nintendo Switch and PC-via Steam for a 2020 release.

You can watch the trailer below:

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