Pox Nora Unleashes Tactical, Turn-Based Battles on PlayStation 4 Today



Exclusive PlayStation Features, Cross-Play Between PlayStation 4 and PC



TUSCON, AZ. – May 23, 2017 – Pox Nora, the free-to-play tactics game with collectible card and fantasy MMORPG elements from Desert Owl Games, is now available for PlayStation 4.

On top of being able to enjoy all the content from Pox Nora’s currently-released PC expansions, PlayStation players will receive the “Ironfist Inquisition” deck upon initially launching the game. They will also have access to an exclusive set of eight character skins, while PlayStation Plus members will receive an additional pack of eight skins for the powerful Angel cards.

Pox Nora features cross-platform multiplayer, so PlayStation users can face-off against the existing PC community, who now have the option to transfer their save data onto PlayStation hardware and enjoy the game on a new platform without being required to start over from square one.

Pox Nora allows players to build customizable decks of cards and deploy them on a persistent grid-based battlefield where opposing forces aim to destroy one another’s encampments. Along the way, players can capture control points, called Nora Fonts, to generate more resources, gain access and establish new deployment zones for their units.



Pox Nora‘s massive vault of content offers incredible value to fans of card games and strategy games alike,” said Linsay Craten, co-founder and chief marketing officer, Desert Owl Games.  “We’re thrilled to welcome PlayStation Nation to our world and see new players join the fray.”


A PlayStation Vita version of Pox Nora is also in development and will be released soon.



About Desert Owl Games

Desert Owl Games was founded in 2011 by Arthur Griffith and Justin Felker, two of the three original creators of Pox Nora. Comprised of a diverse team, Desert Owl Games’ objective is to design immersive fantasy worlds to meet the needs of their passionate player base. In early 2014, Desert Owl Games acquired the rights to Pox Nora from Sony Online Entertainment, now Daybreak Games.



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