Nosgoth Veteran Pack
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
This is an Early Access Title.
- 1,500 Gold
- 30-Day Major All Booster (+50% XP & Gold)
- Veteran Badge"
Hundreds of years of conflict and hatred, each race pitted against the other. This is the war for Nosgoth, a war for supremacy and for survival.
Join the war between Vampires and Humans using each race’s unique fighting style to conquer and crush the opposition.
Arm yourself for the hunt with an arsenal of devastating ranged weaponry and specialised equipment
Unleash your inhuman force with savage close-combat melee attacks and supernatural abilities
Fight as Humans and Vampires in brutal team-based multiplayer battles
Experience intense, fast-paced and savage melee vs. ranged gameplay
Deep character customisation across multiple classes, each with their own unique set of abilities and weaponry
Discover a previously unexplored era in the dark fantasy world of Legacy of Kain
Play for free in a live game with continuous and frequent updates
Nosgoth is currently supported by servers in Europe and North America. Anyone outside of these regions unfortunately may experience a less than optimal performance
Fun little 3rd person 4v4 Arena GameSpaceship | June 6, 2014 | See all Spaceship's reviews »
I'm actually really enjoying this game more than I thought I would. While it borrows from a lot of games, it doesn't really play like anything else. If I have to compare it, it's like a combination of Savage 2 without the strategy elements, Left For Dead 2's multiplayer and Smite without the levelling or purchasing during the game.
The refreshing parts about the game is the fact that it is not ever a mirror match of classes and abilities. As a human player, you are pretty much going to be playing the game like a 3rd person shooter and fighting re-actively and trying to focus fire and cc the vampires. As a vampire, you're working with your team to set up the perfect ambush and combination of abilities to break apart the humans in order to turn the inevitable battle into a series of 1v1's.
Because you're constantly swapping between the two sides of gameplay and because there is some customization of abilities, weapons, perks, and class, it makes for a multiplayer game that hasn't stagnated in my first 30 hours. That's certainly more than what can be said about some AAA multiplayer only titles, isn't it? There is another mode of gameplay available, but I don't think there are going to be enough people to play it until the game is open beta... so there may be even more game-life through that en route.