Action RPG and Spouse Hunting Maglam Lord Announced for PS4 and Switch, Launches Winter 2020 in Japan

Maglam Lord

D3 Publisher has announced action RPG and spouse hunting game Maglam Lord by Summon Night veterans.

RPG Site reports the game had been teased with a list of staff working on the game; most having been involved with the Summon Night series. This includes developer Felistella, the developer of Summon Night 5, and writer Kei Miyakozuki. Characters will be dedigned by lack, who has previously worked on the Fate/Grand Order series.

Famitsu also reports more details on the action RPG. Kill Rezark (also known as Kill of the Blade) was a powerful demon lord, who has lost their power over time. Thanks to his or her prior actions (Players can choose what gender Kill is) gods and demons alike want their head.

To regain their strength, they must forge the Devil Sword- while also looking for a spouse.

While you battle and collect materials, your partner may also end up being romanced (translation: Google Translate). Characters so far include a busty female knight, a young swordsman, and your caretaker Satius. Despite being skilled in martial arts and magic, she always seems a little overwhelmed and often sighs.

You can find the full rundown (via the official Japanese website [translation: RPG Site and Google Translate, adjusted]) below.

Endangered Species Devil Lord x Marriage Hunting = Devil Sword-Creating Action RPG

The protagonist used to be known as the deadliest devil. But when you wake up from your long slumber, you are somehow being labeled as an “Endangered Species”!?
Aiming for your glorious return, the MAGLAM LORD will fight with allies while crafting the Devil Sword.
In order to avoid your extinction, you can also do a “Marriage Hunting”…?

Maglam Lord launches in Japan Winter 2020 for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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