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Expeditions: Viking Brings Tactical Norse-RPG Goodness to PC

Dutch RPG studio Logic Artists have released their latest game, Expeditions: Viking.

The game is naturally a Norse-themed RPG that has some basis on historical events, and is a successor to the 2013-released Expeditions: Conquistador. It’s now available for PC via Steam and GOG. Featured above, you can view the game’s launch trailer.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via Logic Artists:


As the newly appointed chieftain of a modest Viking clan, you’ll have a village of your very own. But to carve your name into the runestones of history you’ll need great strength, and great wealth to grow your village’s prosperity and renown. There is little left to be gained from the Norse lands and so you must set your sights on the the seas to the West, where tales speak of a great island filled with treasure ready for the taking.

Seek your fortune

Your trusted huscarls will follow you to Valhalla if that be the order of the day, but you’ll need more than loyalty to leave a legacy that will be remembered for a thousand years. Now assemble a worthy band of warriors, build a ship, and seek your wealth and glory across the sea. Britannia awaits in Logic Artists’ Expeditions: Viking.

Key features:

  • Create your very own Viking chieftain! Carve out your character from our unique character system, where stats, skills, and abilities define your character’s role.
  • Raiding or Trading? Vikings were known not only as violent warriors, but savvy tradesfolk. How will you find wealth, with the carrot or the stick?
  • War and Politics: Side with various factions be they Norsemen, Picts, or Angles.
  • Reputation: Be mindful of your choices, the stories of your actions may bring others to fear you, but will they trust you?
  • Step into the pages of history: In a beautiful and visceral telling of the Nordic history.

The game currently has a 10% launch discount, and every purchaser will get the Blood-Ice DLC entirely free.

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1 comment
  1. lucben999
    lucben999
    May 3, 2017 at 3:41 pm

    I had this confused with that other Viking aRPG that came out recently, apparently this one is turn-based and more like a proper cRPG with lots of reading, choices and management.