Atari announced that a brand new Dungeons and Dragons game is on its way for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC and is scheduled to arrive across the multiple platforms beginning in the spring of 2011. The game will be a departure from the MMO counterpart, insofar that up to four-players can cooperatively work together in the narrative-based action-RPG.

Jim Wilson, President and CEO of Atari commented in the press release, saying…
“The Dungeons & Dragons franchise remains a priority for Atari as we continue to build upon the ever-evolving narrative with Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale”... “As the first D&D cross-platform digital download title we look forward to expanding the franchise to a growing gaming audience.”

The game is pretty straightforward, with players being tasked with stopping the invading evil of Rezlus and his Zhentarim into the peaceful land of Dalewood. The game can be played solo or with multiple players, aiming to recapture that old cooperative gameplay feeling that Capcom managed to do with the arcade cabinets of Dungeons and Dragons back during the mid 90s.

You can learn more about D&D: Daggerdale by visiting the official website.

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