PUBG and TERA Developers Are Making Dungeon Crawling RPG ‘Mistover’, Release Window Revealed

Krafton Game Union has announced that a dungeon crawling, turn-based RPG Mistover is coming to Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam this summer.

The new title is being developed by the developers of both TERA and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). If you enjoyed either Darkest Dungeon or Etrian Odyssey or maybe even both games, it looks like Mistover is going to be a game that you should check out.

Mistover will be a deep, strategic RPG that’ll have players choose from one of eight classes. The classes are Witch, Shadow Blade, Grim Reaper, Paladin, Ronin, Sister, Werewolf, and Onmyouji. With all these classes, players can pick and choose which class is best for their play style as each class will have a unique set of skills and abilities.

Similar to Darkest Dungeon, each playthrough in Mistover will be vastly different from one another. This is especially the case since dungeons are going to be procedurally generated, so players can expect to run into a plethora of challenges to overcome, vicious monsters to take down, and deadly traps to watch out for. Every step and action players take will matter since there will be permadeath in Mistover. However, if someone from a player’s party dies, a new recruit will be added.

As far as the story goes in Mistover, players will explore lands that were once peaceful, however, they transformed into dangerous lands filled with dreadful creatures that have killed off several kingdoms. The Vortex was what caused all this chaos to happen. Players will discover that there’s just one kingdom left, The Kingdom of Arta, which is where adventurers gather together and set out to put an end to the Vortex’s devasting threats.

Get a brief look at the Mistover thanks to the trailer and screenshots below:


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Brad Crespo

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