hellish strategy will be waged with players from all over the world

There are classic titles that remain completely forgotten. This has been the case for Solium Infernum, the title that in 2009 proposed us to fight battles to conquer hell. Now, thirteen years later, League of Geeks has announced the arrival of a remake for PC.

With a release scheduled for sometime in 2023, the title pays homage to the work of Vic Davis and will incorporate juicy new features in this version. For example, new scenarios will be added for our solo games, but the best thing is that we will have an asynchronous multiplayer format.

This means that we will be able to play with opponents from all over the world to discover who has the greatest political ingenuity. These games can involve up to six users and take up to a week, and can make decisions in a couple of minutes a day. Of course, as you can see in the trailer, the interface and visuals have been completely redesigned to look 3D.

“The Solium Infernum original is one of the most remarkable video games ever created. Its evocative Milton-inspired vision of hell and deep focus on political intrigue are unlike anything else on the market,” said Trent Kusters, Co-Founder and Director of League of Geeks.

Selecting one of the eight Archfiends will touch us take possession of the Infernal Throne of Pandaemonium. Betrayals, backstabbing and all kinds of tricks will be used to dominate the five spheres of evil: anger, deception, prophecy, destruction and charisma.

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