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Stone Blade Entertainment announced today the launch date of its upcoming title, SolForge: Fusion. The overall game, which it describes as a hybrid deck-building title, will launch in gaming and hobby stores on September 22.
SolForge: Fusion may be the sequel to SolForge, the free-to-play card game Stone Blade launched in 2016. Its the merchandise of Richard Garfield (creator of Magic: The Gathering) and Justin Gary (CEO of Stone Blade and designer of Ascension: Deckbuilding Game). Garfield and Gary revealed SolForge: Fusion in a Kickstarter project, promising that, because of an algorithmically generated card printing process, no two Fusion decks will be the same.
Gary said in a statement, SolForge: Fusion represents the culmination of over ten years of development from Richard [Garfield] and I to produce a great game unlike any. Players can customize truly one-of-a-kind decks to produce a unique and compelling experience whenever they play, whether personally or online. Players may also fuse half-decks together to help expand customize their decks.
Garfield added, Combining two procedurally generated half-decks gives a good way to customize your deck and wildly expands the options of an assortment. And creating cards by fusing two halves together gives over 15K possible cards in the initial set alone, a lot more than were created in the initial 20+ years of Magic: The Gathering!
In accordance with Stone Blade, SolForge: Fusion launches in physical from and in an electronic form which can be played on PC via Tabletop Simulator.
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