Timur Azisov’s Fantasy Book “Axilon: The Legend of Artifacts – Prologue” Comes to Life on PC

Over the weekend, AzDimension released Axilon: The Legend of Artifacts – Prologue on Steam. The game is an action RPG based on the fantasy book of the the same name by Azerbaijani writer Timur Azisov. This “Prologue” is intended as the first chapter of a larger adventure, and it features three environments: a forest, caves, and a snow-covered valley.

You can check out the official breakdown of Axilon below, followed by the latest trailer for the game:

In “Axilon: Legend of the Artifacts – Prologue“, the player will have to confront the Dark Lord Cyrus and his minions, who are trying to take over the world of Axilon. The hero will be helped by the forces of magic, a shield, a faithful sword and the instructions of his father.

Features of the game:

World – Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Axilon. Explore three highly detailed locations – forest, caves and a snowy valley – and do everything possible to survive

Gameplay -Improve your sword, shield and magic skills. Learn to competently combine weapons. Choose your favorite fighting style and upgrade it. There are no useless skills here.

A variety of enemies – trolls, goblins, spiders Each monster you meet has unique attacks and skills.

You can pick up Axilon: The Legend of Artifacts – Prologue on Steam here.

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