News is that A Game Called Narcos: Rise of the Cartels: Rise of the Cartels is all set and fully developed to be released this Fall. The game tells the story of the Nteflix TV series of the rise as well as fall of the EI Patron. You will have to choose your side and allies with the DEA with the Narcos. You will be allowed to explore the locations from the hit show and be a part of the pivotal world altering battles and events defining and shifting the war that is on drugs.
Your team will have variety of specific roles, you will be joining the leading characters, upgrade skills and be a part in the turn based combat. Keep in mind that your actions will have consequences indeed.
The game is actually a tactical turn based action packed adventure following the events of the show’s first season. Players will be selecting the side to stand with; either Medellin Cartel or DEA in the story being narrated by Pablo Escobar who is known to be the drug kingpin. It is the collaboration of Gaumont and developer Kuju’s project. The game is expected to be launched on consoles and PC in year 2019.
Marketing director Rosemary Buahin exclaimed that Narcos: Rise of the Cartels is one of the most exciting prospects for us. We have loved the show and have tried our best to ensure that the game shares the true source material, from characters to locations, clothes and the iconic memes and much more. He further added that this action-packed adventure strategy gameplay lends itself to the world of Narcos in a perfect manner.
Kuju from the studio head Matt White shared that working with the Narcos license is one of the incredible experiences so far for the Kuju’s team. Being creators, coming across a multi layered and evocative world to play around has enabled us the ability to create wonderful game world and incredible stories opportunities. He also added he and his team is proud of Narcos: Rise of the Cartels and hope that the game will successfully resonate the fans of the series as well as the tactical genre at its best.
Curve Digital is indeed best known for its puzzle game platform. Such as Human: Fall Flat which is known to be enjoying more than three million sales since 2016 around the world. Though there is not date announced for the release of the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Being a show’s fan, it is now your turn to see if you can reach to the end of the war drug.