SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny – A Review of the Game
If you are looking for a game that combines real-time strategy and role-playing elements in a fantasy world, you might want to check out SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny. This game is the second expansion pack in the SpellForce 2 series, which started with SpellForce 2: Shadow Wars in 2006 and continued with SpellForce 2: Dragon Storm in 2007. However, you don’t need to have played these previous games to enjoy this one, as it has a standalone story and new features.
In this review, we will take a look at what SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny has to offer, covering its story, gameplay, graphics, sound, pros and cons, and conclusion. By the end of this article, you will have a clear idea of whether this game is worth your time and money or not.
The story of SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny takes place four years after the events of SpellForce 2: Shadow Wars, where the Shaper was defeated by using Archfire. Since then, scientists, dragons, and inventors have tried to find a way to counteract the mysterious deterioration of the portals that connect different islands in Eo, but without success. The portal network has collapsed completely, isolating each island from each other. The only way to travel between them is by using dragons or ships.
In this chaotic situation, a new nameless enemy emerges from demonic depths, threatening to destroy Eo. You play as a young Shaikan, a member of a race that can bond with dragons. You have been having disturbing dreams that seem to be connected to your destiny. To find out more about them, you travel to your ancestral home, Iron Fields, where you meet an old Shaikan named Ur. He tells you that your dreams are related to an ancient prophecy that foretells a great war between light and darkness.
Along with a group of diverse heroes and a dragon as your companion, you embark on an epic quest to discover your true