Fight Vikings While Riding Dinosaurs In New Medieval Strategy Game Dinolords

Fight Vikings While Riding Dinosaurs In New Medieval Strategy Game Dinolords

Danish developer Northplay and publisher Ghost Ship Publishing have revealed Dinolords, a medieval real-time strategy game where you fight Vikings and defend your lands alongside dinosaurs and more. In a new teaser trailer published during today’s Triple-i Initiative Showcase, we get glimpses of dino-powered armies, action RPG combat mixed with real-time strategy, and more. 

“We’re honored to be showcasing our brand new trailer thanks to the Triple-i Initiative amongst so many incredible games and developers that make up the amazing indie corner of the games industry,” Northplay CEO Michael Flarup writes in a press release. “We’ve poured a lot of love into Dinolords and we can’t wait for players to get their hands on it when it launches into Early Access next year.” 

Check out the new Dinolords reveal trailer for yourself below

Northplay says while mixing real-time strategy with action RPG gameplay, players will also have to gather resources, build cities, construct fortifications, and command units in widescale medieval warfare. 

Dinolords takes place in an alternate history in which the King of Denmark launches the first dinosaur-powered conflict with his invasion of England, according to a press release. Players take on the role of an English Lord, defending their land against the ferocious invaders and taming their own primeval beasts for battle.

Here are some Dinolords screenshots for your viewing

Dinolords is set to hit Early Access in 2025. 

Are you going to check out Dinolords next year? Let us know in the comments below!

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