Deadbreed

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About the game:
Title: Deadbreed
Status: Released Graphics: 3D
Genre: MOBA
Developer: Deadbreed AB
Publisher: Deadbreed AB

Deadbreed is a self proclaimed “creepy-themed” 3v3 MOBA with a heavy emphasis on hero customization through RPG-like mechanics. Equipped items are visible on the heroes that wear them and have a distinct effect on the heroes overall fighting style. Players may choose to wield a 2-handed staff and deal magical damage from afar, or take two 1-handed axes into battle for a more up close and personal approach. This flexibility allows players to take a fragile mage and turn them into a frontline bruiser who still posses the benefits of magic.

Three distinct factions exist in Deadbreed, including the Day, Night, and Half-Breeds. Maps in Deadbreed contain full day and night cycles which influence a breed’s abilities depending on what time of day it is.

Some hero abilities are fueled by one of three special resources which spawn in fixed locations around the map. These resources are relatively rare and players will need to fight over them in order to reach their heroes full potential. Some resources are even used to summon special creatures to fight for players, including a giant troll.

Deadbreed maps contain special dungeons which posses chests of gold guarded by the undead. Similar to a jungle, these areas are best suited for players looking to grab a bit of extra cash in between minion waves. Once players have pushed their way past the enemies defensive monoliths, they may break into their Crux where they will need to fight the enemies Sentinel, a monstrous creature which serves as the end-game boss battle needed to secure victory. There are several Sentinels which players can choose to pledge themselves too in order to permanently grow the Sentinels power, making it harder to take down in subsequent matches.

Explosive Features:

  • Unique Breed Interactions.
  • Distinct Art-style.
  • Broad Hero Customization.

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System Requirements

Deadbreed System Requirements:
OS: XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8
Processor: Intel Core i5 750, 2.67 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4GHz or better
Memory Ram: 2 GB
Hard Disk Space: 8 GB of free disk space
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 | AMD Radeon HD 6950 or better

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17 REVIEWS

  1. this game had potential. The problem was they didn’t have good servers and the game was not brought out to anyone. It was almost kept a secret unless you were looking for it.The support for this game is non existent. I would recommend you not waste any time playing this game.

  2. The game is in full release, not early access anymore.
    Almost nonexistent community, and the PvP connection isn’t terribly stable. Played a 3v3 game and I ended up lagging out despite having an excellent wifi connection at the time (no reconnect, either).

  3. yes im definitely going to love working for artifacts and have them wear down,, yea the devs are going to make a ton of money on that,, losers

      • Game making money -> okay.

        Game making money from p2w -> okay

        Game making money from p2w without matchmaking to compensate-> okay

        Game making money from p2w without matchmaking to compensate in a game that’s meant to be more strategy than skill -> okay

        Game making money from p2w without matchmaking to compensate in a game that’s meant to be more strategy than skill WITH ONLY 5 OTHER PLAYERS SO ITS HIGHLY UNLIKELY THERE IS ANOTHER P2W PLAYER -> not okay

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