Scalebound is bringing its dragons to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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It appears that Microsoft made a strong showing at E3 2016 to make up for the games it announced at last year’s event but couldn’t release due to unforeseen events. The tech giant wants to be taken seriously when it says those games will eventually be released on its Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms, and offers impressive trailers to make the point.

The first game to be reconfirmed is ReCore, which follows the journey of Joule Adams, a young survivor of a terrible cataclysm who leaves Earth and goes to Far Eden to build a new home for mankind. Microsoft also revealed a trailer for ReCore, which is takes the form of a short presentation of each character combined with short gameplay scenes at the end of the trailer.

Another game that received a second chance is Scalebound, a long-awaited multiplayer game full of dragons and fierce battles.

In this game, you will take on the role of Drew as he ventures to the dangerous land of Draconis accompanied by his dragon Thuban, a fearsome and noble dragon and the last of his kind. You can command Thuban to perform certain actions, although he is mainly controlled by artificial intelligence.

During the multiplayer games, you’ll play with a third-person perspective with your friends as they try to kill monsters. Of course, you can choose to adventure on your own or join forces with other players and their dragons to complete custom quests and battle massive creatures together.

The world of Draconis is very beautiful but at the same time extremely dangerous; you and your dragon companion will have to work hard to defeat legions of enemy soldiers and beasts of epic scale. As you advance through the game, you’ll get to know your dragon better and fluidly chain attacks with him to create devastating combos to unleash on your enemies.

Scalebound will be released on Xbox One and Windows 10 next year and pre-orders should soon be live.

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