Dolmen – Official Launch Trailer

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Dolmen is available now on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. Watch the slick launch trailer for this third-person action RPG.

Dolmen takes place in a sci-fi universe where humanity has colonized several star systems using space travel technology and genetic manipulation. The Revion star system is distant from the main inhabited area of the galaxy, but it drew the attention of Zoan Corp. by emitting different radiation than other systems, suggesting the existence of other universes. Mysteriously, there is only one planet in this distant system: Revion Prime. Dolmen has players battling across Revion Prime while trying to unravel a mystery of an alien species, corrupt corporations, and unknown dimensions.

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