The Settlers: New Allies will support cross-progression and cross-platform play

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The Settlers: New Allies is the latest entry in The Settlers series. It combines a comprehensive building experience with real-time strategic combat. Players will choose from three distinct groups and explore a brand-new, graphically sophisticated environment.

Recently, Ubisoft released a new Developer’s Update for The Settlers: New Allies that presents a preview of the game’s upcoming features. Creative Director Christian Hagedorn detailed the newest features, enhancements, and fixes made to The Settlers: New Allies over the past several months in the most recent Developer’s Update. Watch The Settlers: New Allies – Developer’s Update, courtesy of Ubisoft’s official Youtube channel:

Over the past few months, The Settlers: New Allies’ development team has been hard at work, incorporating player feedback to create the best possible build-up real-time strategy gaming experience. Among the most recent additions is that players will have access to three different game modes in The Settlers: New Allies. These game modes, according to The Settler: New Allies Ubisoft page, are as follows:

  • Single-player campaign: As the Elari are forced to flee its homeland, they must settle on new and unknown territories. These new Settlers will have to face many challenges on their journey, from the raiding of ruthless bandits to the discovery of the new culture of these lands. 
  • Hardcore Mode: As players will be able to play new scenarios, a wide range of modifiers and conditions will make the AI an even more challenging opponent. Adaptability is key in this new mode that will put the best players to the test, alone or with friends. 
  • Skirmish: Players will be able to experience Solo vs. AI, co-op vs. AI or PvP featuring up to eight players on the 12 maps available at launch. 

The Settlers: New Allies is scheduled for PC release via the Ubisoft store and Epic Games store on February 17, 2023. Finally, The Settlers will soon be available on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, GeforceNow, and Luna platforms for the very first time. All platforms will also be compatible with every other platform in terms of both cross-progression and cross-play.

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