New 'Game of Thrones' RPG coming later this year

An in-game scene from 'Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall'. An in-game scene from 'Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall'. BEHAVIOUR INTERATIVE

The fight for Westeros isn't over yet as Behaviour Interactive, GAEA, and HBO announce Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall, a new mobile collectible strategy RPG game based on the popular Game of Thrones TV show.

In the game, players command a castle of the Night’s Watch to defend Westeros and recruit unique characters from around the Seven Kingdoms and beyond.  Its original narrative is set a few decades before the timeline of the hit TV show, just after Lord Commander Brynden Rivers (also known as Bloodraven and eventually as the Three-Eyed Raven), disappeared while ranging beyond the Wall.

“From the beginning, we knew we wanted to bring something unique to Game of Thrones fans,” said Justin Jones, Creative Director, Behaviour Interactive.  “We believe we’ve designed an experience that blends an original narrative, robust collection strategy, and deep squad combat into a next-generation AAA game on mobile.”

Players will also find an in-game interface that uses the mysterious powers of the Weirwood Trees to move through history and visit key moments in time.  This feature allows players to collect different costumed versions of Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Jaime Lannister, Melisandre, and Tormund Giantsbane across various game events and then use the characters in many gameplay modes, including combat - a first for a game in this genre.

“We have been fans of Game of Thrones since the beginning and are incredibly excited to deliver the epic scope of that world into the palm of player’s hands as an innovative strategy game,” said Wayne Meazza, Executive Vice President, Behaviour Interactive

Fans can become Lord Commanders by signing up for pre-registration on Google Play, App Store or the official website.  Those who pre-register will begin their watch with bonus characters and items.

The game is planned for release in 2019 on the Google Play and the App Store.

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