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Empire of Sin Combat Gameplay Trailer

Empire of Sin

Paradox Interactive and Romero Games have released a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming turn-based tactics game, Empire of Sin.

Empire of Sin launches December 1st for Windows PC, Mac (both via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. As previously reported, players manage a criminal empire in 1920s prohibition era Chicago; blending a tycoon game with tactical turn-based combat as you build a crime empire.

A big part of this management is sending gangs out to fight rivals or defend your territory, and the latest trailer details the game’s tactical turn-based combat system, classes, crew member perma-death, boss abilities, execution moves, and weapons

You can find the Game Pillars trailer below.

You can find a rundown (via Steam) below:

Empire of Sin is a new strategy game brought to you by Romero Games and Paradox Interactive that puts you at the heart of the ruthless criminal underworld of 1920s Prohibition-era Chicago. Slip into the shoes of one of the fourteen real and historically inspired mob bosses such as Al Capone, Stephanie St. Clair, or Goldie Garneau and assemble a rag-tag gang, build and manage your criminal empire, and defend your turf from rival gangs. It’s up to you to hustle, charm, and intimidate your way to the top and do whatever it takes to stay there – break a leg!

  • Roleplay: Choose one of fourteen unique bosses based on fictional and real-world gangsters, then set out to build and manage your criminal empire in Chicago’s infamous Prohibition era.
  • Empire Management: Build your Empire of Sin and run Chicago’s underworld economy with business savvy, brutality or city-wide notoriety. Strategically manage your establishments such as speakeasies, supply chains, casinos and more.
  • Turn-Based Combat: Assemble your gang and slug it out in turn-based combat to defend and expand your territory – or send a message to opposing gangs.

Image: Steam

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