Rovio Shows Angry Birds Epic In New Gameplay Trailer

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The Angry Birds franchise needs no introduction, and the latest release for the franchise is a brilliantly looking RPG-title called Angry Birds Epic. Rovio has released an Angry Birds Epic gameplay trailer, showing off its upcoming role playing game (RPG) in a majestic way.

Rovio claims this epic free-to-play game will be a complete and extensive RPG title with an extensive campaign and turn-based gameplay.

Initially, the title will be free to play on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Further, this RPG title will be made available on Android and Windows platform with the game's global launch.

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Rovio Shows Angry Birds Epic In New Gameplay Trailer

 

"Angry Birds Epic is an adventure role-playing game set in a fantasy version of Piggy Island. The game offers gripping storyline, turn-based combat, a rich system of crafting weapons, armour and potions with resources the players can collect or purchase, and much more", explains Rovio.

Angry Birds Epic will feature a challenging endgame, along with a deep crafting system, according to Kotaku

Rovio has already released Angry Birds Epic on the iTunes store as a soft launch in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The first gameplay trailer has also been released for Angry Birds Epic. Check out the official gameplay trailer to see Angry Birds Epic in action!

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