After a successful release on PC (85% positive reviews), Roguebook is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. To celebrate its console launch, a new hero is joining the original four: Fugoro, Merchant of wonders.
Infamous for being an adventurer, collector, pirate captain and frog-thief, Fugoro is a mysterious triton and the one responsible for the catastrophe involving the Roguebook. He carries a large backpack bursting with treasures and magical coins, and is surprisingly agile with his staff, which he uses to leave marks on enemies. Combine Fugoro’s cards with those of other heroes to build new decks and discover combos that will crush the Roguebook.
A new update exclusively for PC players also adds a competitive aspect to Roguebook with a daily online tournament system. Twice a day, the Roguebook will take on a predetermined form that is identical for all players. Be the first to beat the Roguebook or scour the map to win the most points. Only your first try counts.
Developed by Abrakam Entertainment and co-designed by Richard Garfield, the creator of Magic: The Gathering, Roguebook is a roguelike deckbuilder set in the magical world of Faeria. Players must build a team of two heroes from the five available and battle the legends of the Roguebook in tactical turn-based combat.
Roguebook is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
The game will be available on Nintendo Switch in Spring 2022.