Mirage: Arcane Warfare Vigilist is all About Submission

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Feb 1, 2017
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Sometimes, you just need to grab life by the collar. Torn Banner Studios released a trailer highlighting another magical fighter for the fantasy multiplayer first-person shooter, Mirage: Arcane Warfare.

Mirage: Arcane Warfare comes from the team who created Chivalry: Medieval Warfare which was praised for its visceral close-quarters combat. Mirage mixes things up with the addition of offensive and defensive spells in a fantasy world with ancient Persian and Arabic influences.

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The video series called ‘Instruments of Death’ which highlights Mirage’s roster of mystical fighters, shows off The Vigilist’s set of defensive abilities.

  • Ward Strike: Fire a magical shield that staggers enemies on contact
  • Disperse: Rise above the battlefield before slamming back into the ground, pushing back any nearby enemies
  • Surge: Summon a massive wave that knocks down any target in its path
  • Iron Dome: Spawn a protective shield bubble around yourself
  • Impaler: Stab forward with a magically lengthened spear, pulling enemies back towards you

At launch, Mirage will launch with six classes who’s appearances can be customized. Here’s a bit of background for each class:

  • Vypress – An elusive and agile assassin that uses her mobility and speed to cut foes down
  • Alchemancer – Powerful mage that relies solely on the devastating power and capabilities of his magic
  • Taurant– Hulking brute that excels at melee and uses his size and physical strength to dominate enemies upclose
  • Tinker – Defensive trap specialist that uses her cunning and wit to defeat larger opponents.
  • Vigilist– Stalwart defender that supports her teammates with her control over the battlefield and knock around capabilities
  • Entropic – Staff wielding hybrid that has a magic carpet and a mixture of offensive and support capabilities

Mirage: Arcane Warfare is set to release on PC later this year. Players can sign up for future betas right here.

 

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