Paladins Announced For Switch; Founder’s Pack Coming Next Week
Paladins has officially been announced for the Nintendo Switch and you won’t have to wait very long to play it! The Founder’s Pack is releasing on the eShop on June 12, 2018 for $29.99. The free to play version will arrive later in the year, but you can get early access with the Founder’s Pack, which unlocks all Champions and their voice packs. The game supports cross-platform online gaming with 60fps gameplay. Check out the trailer and fact sheet below:
Join 25+ million players in Paladins, the free-to-play fantasy team-based shooter sensation.
Paladins will be available as a free-to-play game later this year. Founders get early access, immediately unlock all Champions and their voice packs now and forever, and receive exclusive cosmetics.
Wield guns and magic as a legendary Champion of the Realm, customizing your core set of abilities to play exactly how you want to play.
Paladins is set in a vibrant fantasy world and features a diverse cast of Champions ranging from sharpshooting humans to mech-riding goblins, mystical elves, and jetpack-clad dragons. Each Champion brings a unique set of abilities to the battlefield and new Champions are regularly added to Paladins, keeping the game exciting.
Paladins is completely Free-to-Play. Anything that affects gameplay can be unlocked simply by playing, with cosmetic items available for purchase.
Build Your Deck
No matter what your playstyle is, you’ll find it in Paladins. With Paladins’ deckbuilding system, you can become an iron sights sniper, a grenade-slinging explosives expert, or a track star with an assault rifle – all as the same Champion. Choose from dozens of cards to customize your abilities and make each Champion your own.
Customize Your Champion
Ancient Goddess. Interstellar bounty hunter. Cutthroat pirate. Frost giant. You can be all of these and more in Paladins. Choose from hundreds of skins already available in Paladins or find a new favorite in each update.
Paladins can be played from either a first-person or third-person perspective. The controls are simple to grasp for newcomers and shooter veterans alike which makes for an easy pick-up-and-play experience.
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