About Citadel: Forged with Fire Game
Citadel: Forged With Fire is a classic fantasy-influenced open-world game where you're allowed to use RPG features for leveling-up your character. Speaking of a playable character, you're assuming the role of a novice magician who has been sent to a distant land of Ignus. Upon arrival, you were briefed and got to know that there is an ongoing rivalry between ruling Houses. It's up to you to take a side with one of them or embark on your very own path to domination and authority. Lie, steal, manipulate or behave yourself with decency and a firm hand. The game is fully adaptable depending on your playstyle. Apart from that, the biomes of Ignus are full of life both friendly and dangerous. Some animals and even dragons can be tamed and used as allies. The biggest feature of the game is in magic though. Being just an apprentice at first, you'll learn more spells as the game progresses. In a while, you can grind yourself a warlock rank.
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Citadel: Forged with Fire game trailer
The brand new launch trailer introduces players to the Citadel: Forged with Fire
OS: Windows 7 or better
Processor: 2.0GHZ or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 950 equivalent or better
DirectX: Version 10
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 20 GB available space
Citadel: Forged with Fire gameplay video
Citadel: Forged with Fire review and gameplay of the game
Reviews Citadel: Forged with Fire Game
This large-scale online sandbox role-playing game includes elements of magic, spells, construction, research and creation. As a newly minted student of magical arts, you will go to the dangerous world of Ignus. Tame powerful beasts, make alliances, explore uncharted territories or fight for dominance!
- A good mix of Skyrim, Survival (like Rust, Ark) and Harry Potter.
- You are free to build whatever you want.
- A good progression system for your character (you can increase statistics and learn craft items, spells, etc.).
- Taming (up to 4 creatures) with their installation and pumping.
- Active developers, patches arrive weekly, and it seems that they are listening (mostly). You can even follow their trello board.
- You get experience for literally everything: hunting, crafting, gathering, research, and so on. This is very useful.
- Speaking of exploration, the world is very beautiful, and it's a lot of fun to explore caves, mountains and everything else. The viewing distance is also one of the largest I've seen so far in an open-world RPG. Do you often say to yourself: "Wow, what is this??" while you will be eaten by a large Balrog walking around the burning one.
- A group game with the exchange of experience and construction rights. Good for playing together, I had a lot of fun moments when I was playing with friends
- Low player base, if you have a friend, it's a lot of fun, but playing alone is boring.
- Mistakes. Well, it's in early access, so errors are a given. So far, I have not encountered any errors that violate the rules of the game, only a few minor ones.
- At the moment, Endcontent is somewhat limited. After reaching the maximum level and exploring the full map, it's pretty boring. So take your time and don't rush things.
- So far, only a few spells. You have a lot of items to build and create, but only a few spells to become a real magician. The spells are still good, but the magician needs much more.