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Tabletop Gods Free Weekend as it leaves Early Access and launches today!

Tabletop Gods, the game combining arcade action, real-time strategy and tower defence, has ended its Steam Early Access period and launches today on PC, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality (Viveport and PSVR support coming soon)! And to celebrate there will be a Tabletop Gods Free Weekend.

Early Access has left Tabletop Gods in the best shape it has ever been. The game is now packed to the hilt with amazing features including multiple playable factions and tabletop battlefields, solo or multiplayer matches, achievements and leaderboards, cross-play between all the platforms, customizable controls for PC and VR gamers and much, much more!

To celebrate its launch, Tabletop Gods is now on sale for 25% off on the Humble Store and Steam! These sale prices will not last long, so act fast, get your copy and save!

Game Features:

  • Human, Undead and Demonic Governance factions
  • Castle Grounds, Nether Realm and Void Temple Tabletop battlefields
  • Powerful spells
  • Killer traps
  • Single and Multiplayer Gaming
  • Achievements and Leaderboards
  • Localization into French, Italian, Spanish, German, Korean and Mandarin

Tabletop Gods is NOW available on Steam Store and Humble store ​(PC, Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus rift and HTC Vive) and Oculus Home Storefront (PC and Oculus Rift). Coming soon to Viveport (HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift). Other VR platforms including PSVR are planned to follow. It is priced at $19.99 USD. The game was developedinCharlottetown, Prince Edward Island with valued support from the Canada Media Fund, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Innovation PEI. Also, there is a Tabletop Gods Free Weekend this weekend, so if you’re not convinced already, why not try before you buy?

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