Curve Digital To Release "Narcos: Rise Of The Cartels" In November

Curve Digital and Kuju announced this week that Narcos: Rise of the Cartels will finally be released in November for PC and console. Capturing the essence of the Netflix series, you get to relive the events of the first season by taking the side of either the Medellin Cartel or the DEA in two campaigns. The game will officially launch digitally on November 19th for PC and PlayStation 4, November 21st on Nintendo Switch, and November 22nd on Xbox One. Check out the screenshots and trailer we have for you here as the game will be out in about a month.

Curve Digital To Release "Narcos: Rise Of The Cartels" In November
Credit: Curve Digital

Based on the hit Netflix series from production company, Gaumont, Narcos: Rise of the Cartels features iconic locations and characters from the show, offering players the chance to step into the criminal underworld alongside characters such as El Mexicano, Murphy, Peña, Primo and more – each with their own unique gameplay abilities and perks to help turn the tide of battle. Players will explore familiar scenery from the show and take a pivotal role in world-altering events that will define and shift the war on drugs. The series' stylish visuals and immersive storylines provide the perfect backdrop to a vivid strategic experience.

Fans of tactical turn-based games will experience an exhilarating new take on the genre, with units on both sides moving one after the other or multiple times within one turn and the opportunity to counteract by taking direct control of the units at critical moments. Players will be able to form their own team from a variety of class-specific roles, upgrade their skills and join leading characters on the path to dominance. Players must plan their moves wisely as each action will have lasting consequences.

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