Real-time hex-based strategy game Tactical Galactical announced for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Designed from the ground up with game controllers in mind.

Tactical Galactical

Publisher Dangen Entertainment and developer Capsulated Software have announced Tactical Galactical, a real-time hex-based strategy game coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam in 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via Dangen Entertainment:

About

Tactical Galactical is a real-time hex-based strategy game, designed from the ground up with game controllers in mind.

On planets far beyond our galaxy, three daring adventurers battle for control. Join Delores the Invincible, Zubair the Cunning, and Mikhail the Brave in an epic struggle to become master of the cosmos.

Key Features

  • Players control a unique assortment of ground units from their spaceship above the battlefield, from nimble humans, to shielded attack vehicles, to flying fortresses and giant robots.
  • Discrete tactics form the backbone of the game. Victory on the battlefield comes from understanding units’ strengths and weaknesses.
  • The card system keeps players on their toes. Players must analyze their hand and choose to deploy fresh units, bolster their army, perform special moves or attack the enemy ship.
  • A strategic layer with a variety of upgrade paths enables multiple play styles.
  • Single player campaign, local skirmish, and online multiplayer supported.
  • Three unique generals with their own card decks and play styles add additional variety.

Tactical Galactical

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