Hand of Fate 2: The Servant and the Beast (2018)

About This Game

Hand of Fate 2: The Servant and the Beast DLC evolves the Game of Life and Death once again with a brand new campaign challenge and a unique companion character.

In the depths of despair, you struck a bargain with a strange new ally: your blood for freedom. But now your captors seek to drag you back to their cruel fighting pits, and the monstrous beast you serve demands more and more of you in order to achieve his ultimate goal – revenge against his conspirators and the reclamation of his throne.

Risk the ire of chained gods in the Mapmaker Challenge as you search for a legendary portal that can undo a mistake from your past. Then join Hubie the Orphan, your unpredictable new goblin companion, in his struggle to unravel a world-ending prophecy.

This DLC includes a new campaign challenge, a new companion, a new companion quest chain, new utility encounters and new pieces of equipment to unlock.

© 2017 Defiant Development PTY Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Hand of Fate is a trademark of Defiant Development Pty Ltd.



Game Details

Company Defiant Development / Defiant Development
Genre Role-playing – Action – Fantasy
Rating ESRB Rating: Teen (Violence, Blood, Alcohol Reference
Released October 15, 2018
Size 6 MB
Works on Windows (7, 8, 10), Linux (Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04), Mac OS X (10.11+)


Audio Text
Português do Brasil

Intro / Trailer / Walkthrough



System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements
Recommended system requirements
System Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Processor 2.4ghz Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent Processor Processor: 2.66GHz Intel Core i7
Memory 4 GB RAM
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4600, NVIDIA GeForce GT 630, Radeon HD 5670 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 5200, NVIDIA GeForce GT 750, Radeon HD 7800
DirectX Version 11
Storage 4 GB available space
Sound None Sound None
Other None Other None


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