Turn-based RPGs from western teams aren't really in abundance right now (especially on consoles), so that means the newly announced Disciples: Liberation already has something about it. The title from Frima Studio has been confirmed for release on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 at the end of this year, with a reveal trailer embedded above setting the mood for the dark fantasy tale.
Detailed over on the game's Steam page, Disciples: Liberation sends you to Nevendaar — a location that needs liberating where every one of your decisions is said to have consequences. "Explore a rich overworld and align with a variety of in-world factions: from a human empire tinged by religious extremism to the dark forces of the undead lead by a mad queen. Assemble a team to gather precious resources, sway political standing, and take on brutal beasts in intricate turn-based battles."
An 80-hour playthrough provides more than 270 quests to complete and five unique endings to uncover, while four different classes will see you through until the credits roll. There'll also be two-player online skirmishes, but it's not clear if this is a separate mode or if you can play co-operatively. Do you like the look of this one? Add it to your wishlist if so in the comments below.