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Werewolf: The Apocalypse — Purgatory was revealed recently by Different Tales, who also made the rather great Werewolf: The Apocalypse — Heart of the Forest (that I rather enjoyed my time with).

Drawing inspiration from its predecessor, Heart of the Forest, Purgatory continues the saga with familiar faces from the Bialowieza forest alongside a new protagonist, characters, and landmarks of Poland. Players can once again be transported to the rich and immersive universe of Werewolf: The Apocalypse, where the line between humanity and monstrosity blurs. Through a blend of RPG mechanics and a visual novel foundation, they will navigate Samira's journey of self-discovery – confronting inner demons and real-life monsters that loom large.

Announcement trailer below:

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More about it:

  • Complex protagonist – explore Samira's inner conflicts as she battles between despair and rage.
  • Thrilling conspiracies – uncover the sinister secrets of the werewolves’ world through two distinct story paths, each offering different challenges and consequences.
  • Real-life settings – travel to popular landmarks and explore the wild landscapes of Poland and Afghanistan.
  • Shift into a werewolf – intimidate, manipulate or when all else fails, decimate all that stands in your way.
  • Visual novel meets tabletop RPG – experience a blend of narrative-driven gameplay and tabletop RPG mechanics.
  • Legendary World of Darkness lore – based on the new W5 corebook mechanics, the game emulates a classic role-playing experience.

You can follow it on Steam.

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I still need to go buy Heart of the Forest. Keep forgetting to when I have the money.
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