IGN Plus: Request a Steam key for grid-based strategy game Dark Deity

If you love Fire Emblem and have been looking for something similar, Dark Deity might be exactly what you’ve been waiting for. Between grid-based movement, a combat team largely made up of fantasy child soldiers with a wide range of hair colors, relationship building, and Weapon Triangle-like rock/paper/scissors gameplay, there are a lot of familiar elements. And as luck would have it, IGN Plus is offering keys for Dark Deity right now.

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What is Dark Deity?

Dark Deity is a Sword & Ax tactical fantasy role-playing game set in the world of Terrazael. A team of promising young military students had their training cut short by the war and were drafted into the army before graduating. Now it’s up to them and their newfound allies to join the fight and save their homeland.

The gameplay will be immediately familiar to Fire Emblem fans, and players will be able to advance their characters into more advanced classes over time. Between missions, you can strengthen your fighter’s abilities with each of his equipped weapons, choosing a style of your choice. You can also build relationships between your characters while they sit around the campfire.

What is IGN Plus?

IGN Plus is the paid membership program for IGN, and you can now Get an annual membership for just $29.99, or just $4.99 per month if you prefer that route. You can also try it for 30 days for just $1.

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