Grim Dawn Crack/Patch

Grim Dawn Players are thrust into the dark, war-torn world of Cairn where a once proud empire has been brought to ruin and the human race driven to the edge of extinction. Cairn has become ground zero of an eternal war between two otherworldly powers, one seeking to use human bodies as a resource, the other intent upon destroying the human race before that can happen. This cataclysmic war has not only decimated human civilization but is warping the very fabric of reality and, in its wake, giving life to new horrors.

Download Grim Dawn Crack/Patch

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 85 / 100
User rating
8.5
Downloads 5210
Genre Action RPG, Role-Playing
Company / Developer
Crate Entertainment / Crate Entertainment

Grim Dawn reviews ( 7 )

Korwin, Feb 25, 2016

The game is a remarkable example of what can be accomplished by a small, dedicated team of developers. I was (still am) a long-time Titan Quest: Immortal Throne fiend. So when I heard some of the developers from that game were developing a new aRPG I was immediately on-board. I was an early backer (2010), then Kickstarter backer, and have purchased the game for a few friends. It has more than lived up to the hype and exceeded all expectations. I played nearly 400 hours while it was in beta alone, and can't wait to actually, really start playing the game now that it is in full release. It has all the best elements of an old-school aRPG game, with some new mechanics to keep it fresh. The environment/climate is interesting, the classes are fairly archetypal but with a fresh spin, and the hunt for loot keeps you hungry for progression. The story is interesting and there is enough to keep those interested immersed. The graphics are very good - not amazing, but authentic for the type of game. Not cartoonish at all. The pace is great and there's enough play diversity to offer plenty of replayability. It's a great mix of challenge and depth. I recommend this game highly. I've only played as single player, but the game does offer co-op mulitplayer via local server connections (like Titan Quest - no online servers, yay)! PS - really looking forward to expansion AND the modding community once the game settles in.

AnTi_HeRo2100, Mar 3, 2016

Grim Dawn This Game is what people were wishing for when Diablo 3 came out, this game is a instant classic in the area where aRPG's have kind of suffered in an era of half finished games pushing the remaining portion as DLC. The environment is dark and twisted starting from the beginning area where the roads are littered with bodies and blood to later on when much of the effects are similar in the dark category, the enemies are not original but they are not over done at the same time ie zombies of different types, different types of hounds and things of that nature but as I said before it is not over done. Similar to Diablo this game is a quest for gear as you roam and kill everything in sight your constantly waiting for that better weapon to drop, its also (similar to diablo) a dungeon crawler which isn't a bad thing after Diablo 3 aRPG fans needed something that wasn't diablo but played similar but managed to still be new and fun and Grim Dawn is just that. Grim Dawn also has full controller support and its actually not horrible however it is a little different than what may be expected and have the need for a quick Google and familiarization with, if you want to know how to fully operate every aspect of the game from the controller support. however none the less the controller support is nice. Summary; Grim Dawn is an aRPG that classic and new fans of the genre will love all the same. the environment is awesome and the enemies while recycled still feel new or just don't feel old, make that decision for yourself, the controller support while it can be kinda strange for the first 5 minutes is really nice I give Grim Dawn a 10/10 when it comes to an aRPG.

Dikkiedk, Feb 26, 2016

After buying this game in Early access and spending a good couple of thousands of hours in it (almost 5000 hours) I can safely say that this game is a must buy if you are a RPG fan and love the farm and hunt for loot. This game has so much dept with all the features they have added to the game: Combine 2 classes, Devotion, multiple difficulties and very very nice development team that supports and listens to their audience! I truly have enjoyed all the updates for the game in Early access and can safely say that I love the final result. With the amount of hours I spend in this game I can safely say; Buy it! you won't regret it Enjoy the game, I am off to get the 6k hour mark :P

TimW001, Jul 7, 2017

This game succeeds in as a superior successor to Diablo II than D3 or Torchlight does. It's dark, it's demonic. It's what you want to play. Good pacing through gameplay and boss fights, good pace on character development. Highly recommended.

mothballs, Feb 25, 2016

What's really admirable about GD is that it knows exactly what it is, and doesn't make a fool of itself pretending to be anything it knows it isn't. What is GD, that it knows it is? -GD is the rightful inheritor of the throne of loot-, stat-, and skill-rich grindy ARPGs previously tenanted by heavyweights like DII, Dungeon Siege and Titan Quest. What is GD NOT, that it knows it isn't? -GD is not your bestest friend, delivering buckets of loot tailored to your character's needs at the press of a button. -GD isn't a telescoping clowngasm arms race where your damage goes up a magnitude every 3 levels and the endboss has fleventy hundred billion HP. -GD is not a masterpiece of narrative and characterization. -GD is not the next generation of HD graphical brilliance. -GD is not a social phenomenon. GD does not come with the built-in ability to tweet your loot. -GD doesn't need your love. It doesn't care if you play 10 hours or 1000 hours. It doesn't desperately coerce you with dailies and promotional hats. -GD is not a moral agent. Cheat if you want. It might enhance your fun, it might ruin your fun. It's your risk to take. You might notice that the first list is a lot shorter than the second. That's because GD toes the line. It's got the formula down, it's got the chops. It's a terrific formula. This is the same formula that had me go sleepless for 3 night in a row at age 14 just giddily grinding to max level in DII so I could finally equip my Buriza and go nuts on the cow level. It's the same formula that compelled me to put in over 300 hours in Dungeon Siege and its sequel, hunting obscure loot just for sake of hunting it. This formula is solid. It's timeless. Either the formula speaks to you, or it doesn't. If it does, this is the game. It takes the torch last held by Titan Quest, polishes the everliving buttery daylights out of it, and takes off sprinting with it. You won't be disappointed. If the formula doesn't speak to you, that's fine. There are other games out there eager to hold your hand, give you presents, and sing and dance for you. You can even live tweet about it. Go crazy.

RagingPoet, Nov 2, 2017

Grim Dawn is pretty much darker Titan Quest with some additional features which is good. The only serious drawback is that difficulty is a bit too low at Normal-Elite, especially on 2nd+ playthrough, when you have a lot of good gear from previous characters.

Qgal5kap, Apr 11, 2017

Grim Dawn. Extremely boring!!!!! It's a low-budget, indie Titan Quest rip off, without plot, cutscenes, or voiced dialogues. I could take about 45 minutes before I uninstalled it