Hellish Quart (PC) - Steam Gift - EUROPE
Hellish Quart is a fighting game that puts emphasis on swordplay and realistic experience. It takes place in Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, so expect to see a lot of familiar elements from the 17th century.Read More
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Hellish Quart is a fencing game that focuses on historically accurate duels with the use of 17th-century melee weapons. Characters can dodge and counter attacks in a realistic fashion while trying to deal a fatal blow to their opponent. Thanks to the physics-based engine, duelists can sometimes kill each other simultaneously – it’s a thing that is rarely seen in similar fighting titles, but it’s something that could happen in real life, so it’s only natural to have this in a realistic physics-based sword fighting game.
The game offers several playable characters to choose from, each representing a different fighting style and having a different weapon at their disposal, including broadswords, rapiers, and sabers. This significantly improves the game’s replayability, as learning to efficiently play each character can take quite a lot of time and practice.
The game focuses on swordplay and duels, and as such, it comes with a variety of duel-oriented modes, including quick fights and survival. It also has a local multiplayer mode, allowing players to test their skills against their friends.
The game received a lot of praise for its accurate dueling mechanics and skill-based gameplay. It’s worth noting that praise came not only from regular players and critics but also from historians and experts familiar with medieval martial arts.
- Historically accurate 17th-century duels with motion captured animations and physics
- Skill-based gameplay that will test your cunning and reflexes
- Several unique characters to choose from, each offering a different experience
- Beautiful and detailed 3D graphics
Release Date: 2021-02-16
Early Access: true