Norfolk Warriors: Beta Out Now

The open beta for the forthcoming virtual table-top strategy game is now available on the Microsoft Windows Store for PC. Built on the revolutionary Cohorts Game System, the first instalment of the Veil of Entropy universe features unique strategic gameplay that’s as rewarding for purists as it is intriguing for players new to the genre. Canadian developer Mouchet Software Corp, has developed the Cohorts Game System from the ground up to serve as the back-bone for the imagination of the Game Master, to tune, tweak and manipulate the game-world to provide the foundations for a wide range of gaming genres.

Norfolk Warriors and the Veil of Entropy universe is the first release centralising on the fantasy world of Orth, packed with Gods, dangerous creatures and your team of five on an adventure that sees the Veil of Entropy universe start to unravel before your eyes. Featuring familiar table-top styled gameplay, there’s immense depth to satisfy the most ardent of fans, with a fresh and exciting twist to welcome newcomers.

The open beta for the game is available now in Microsoft’s Windows Store, providing a fully playable experience for the first time ever.

Only a small portion of the game’s storyline is included in the Beta version. However, Mouchet Software Corp. wants to assure players that the Beta serves as a full test of all the game’s features and not just a small “demo” portion of it. While in Beta, enhancements will be continuously made based on user feedback and an ongoing ‘to-do’ list.

Users can find out more and provide feedback on the beta on the official discord channel.

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