Digital and Kuju are happy to tell the world the release dates for the brutal, turn-based
tactical combat game based on the Netflix series, Narcos. Narcos: Rise
of the Cartels will launch digitally on November 19th for PC and PlayStation 4,
November 21st on Nintendo Switch, and November 22nd on Xbox One.
of the Cartels allows players to relive the events of season one of the Netflix
series, Narcos, taking the side of either Medellin Cartel or the DEA in
two different campaigns. Overflowing with iconic locations and characters from
the game, such as El Mexicano, Murphy, PeÃ±a, Primo and more, each with their
own unique gameplay abilities and perks that will help you turn the tide of
For fans of
tactical combat, you’ll love the new take on the genre. Units on both sides move
one after the other, or multiple times within a turn, take control of the units
at critical moments to counteract. Form your own teams from a number of
different class-specific roles, upgrade their skills and join leading characters
from the show. Plan your moves ca\refully as each could have lasting
on the Netflix Series – Filled to the brim with and highly recognisable
and iconic characters from the TV series, each with their own unique gameplay effects.
Different Sides – Choose to play as the DEA and fight alongside Steve Murphy to
bring the empire down, or opt to side with the Narcos to help grow and expand
El PatrÃ³n’s empire.
Tactical Combat – Take tactical combat to a new level by controlling each
individual one after the other or multiple times in a turn. The fast pace
ensures that you’ll have to plan your actions carefully or face the
and Critical Shots – Take third-person control of your units to take those head
shots that can deal critical damage at optimal moments.
Narcos: Rise of the Cartels will launch digitally on November
19th for PC and PlayStation 4, November 21st on Nintendo Switch, and November
22nd on Xbox One.
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Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife and his player 3. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.