Aussie-made Hand of Fate 2 comes to Xbox One this week
Xbox owners can finally get their hands on one of the best Australian-made games we've seen in a long time.
The follow-up to the surprise hit of 2015, Hand of Fate 2 combines deck-building with a Dungeons & Dragons-style setup where the enigmatic Dealer guides you through a wealth of endlessly incentive scenarios that go beyond what you'd think is possible within its card game framework. We adored the game in our review, congratulating Brisbane-based studio Defiant Development on delivering "clear proof that Australia is capable of making games just as well as anywhere in the world."
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Defiant Development's follow-up to the excellent Hand of Fate improves upon its predecessor in every way. Read more…
While it's a bummer Xbox One players have had to wait a little longer to get their hands on the game, the delay comes with the tantalising news for owners of Microsoft's souped-up Xbox One X: Hand of Fate 2 that it will support full 4K Ultra HD resolution for crisper, more detailed visuals.
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Hand of Fate 2 will be available to purchase from Microsoft Store for $29.99 when it launches this Saturday.
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