Review: 33 Immortals Explained to Parents (Preview)

What parents need to know

33 Immortals is a cooperative Roguelike action game in 2D that can be played by groups of 33 players. It is scheduled for release in 2024, and it will be available to play online on PC and on Xbox Series.

In this game inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy, each player embodies a damned soul who rebels against God’s judgment. These souls, which are condemned to eternal punishment, ally themselves and ferment a violent uprising in order to obtain salvation and eternal life.

33 Immortals follows an instant group formation principle called “pick-up and raid” and allows player characters to group up to survive hordes of monsters and to defeat epic bosses. In addition to the online cooperative aspect, player characters have access to an arsenal that grows as they raid and relics that unlock new upgrades and powers. There is a random aspect to the challenges and enemies encountered during each raid, which makes every raid unique.

This game is still awaiting a ranking when it comes to the minimum recommended age, but we suggest it to an audience of 12+ years.

Details

Release date:
Developer: Thunder Lotus
Publisher: Thunder Lotus
Available on: Steam PC, Epic Games Store PC, Xbox Series
Available format: Physical and digital
Game genre: Adventure, Combat, 2D, Roguelike
Themes covered: Combat, religion, rebellion
Duration of a game: 25 minutes
Text languages: English, French,
Voice languages: English,

Level of experience required

Age 3+ 7+ 12+ 16+ 18+
Beginners
Intermediate
Experienced

33 Immortals deals with the battles of damned souls for eternal life. Themes such as death, religion, and Hell are thus at the core to this game, and enemies can be mythical creatures and impressive monsters. The visual signature is cartoonish, but blood and animated violence can be seen.

This game requires collaboration and mutual aid, but it is centered around combat and deals with dark themes.

It is necessary to purchase the game once, and, as of the date of publication of this article, no microtransaction system has been announced.

Online Game Modes

Groups are formed online through a “pick-up and raid” system. A maximum of 33 players can be grouped together for a raid.

Trailer

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