Desert Owl Games, developer and now publisher of Pox Nora, the long-running tactical turn-based strategy game, announced this week a new expansion for the game called Ronin. This expansion, the 24th in the game’s eight-and-a-half year history, is the first released by Desert Owl Games since they purchased Pox Nora from Sony Online Entertainment.
Ronin will include new maps for both PvE and PvP sessions, as well as an entirely new PvE campaign, 60 new runes, and more than 50 new champions for players to collect and compete with. Ronin will also bring new themes to the game, and updates to existing ones, including witches, yetis, and cyclops.
Pox Nora is a free-to-play strategy game that is similar to traditional collectible card games, with runes representing cards. Pox Nora boasts, according to Desert Owl Games, over 20 million play sessions since its release in 2011. Originally a Java-based browser game, Pox Nora, and the new Ronin expansion, are now avaible on Steam.
News by: Nick Walge