A downloadable game for Windows


LEGRAND LEGACY: Tale of the Fatebounds is a love letter to our all time favorite JRPGs with a fresh take on classic turn-based combat and tactics. Welcome to Legrand, a beautifully hand-drawn world riddled with curious creatures, devastating wars, and intriguing tales of vengeance and redemption. Embark on an epic adventure through this sprawling fantasy universe and fight alongside the Fatebounds as they attempt bring peace to Legrand! But be careful who you trust because everyone has a secret to hide…


Coming to a PC near you on Steam, GOG, GameJolt, and Humble Store on JANUARY 24, 2018.


English, Simplified Chinese.


Legrand Legacy offers full controller support and partial mouse support.

Full Controller Support (games with Full Controller Support will work without a mouse and keyboard on hand, from installation to play and beyond.)

Partial Mouse Support (games with Partial Mouse Support may require a keyboard or controller from time to time, during installation or for limited interactions.)


  • A fully immersive experience with stunning FMV, fully rendered 3D cinematics, and epic original soundtrack
  • 3D models and original assets come together with gorgeously stylized hand-drawn backgrounds
  • Action packed turn-based combat and tactical warfare scenarios that will test the limits of your wits
  • Recruit craftsmen to restore the abandoned city of Dumville, play mini games, or embark on rewarding side quests
  • Collect loot from slain enemies to craft items and upgrade weapons
  • Configure items and grimoires that characters can wield in combat or set combat formation
  • Command the military might of nations in intense tactical battles

Install instructions


    Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    OS: Windows 7 (64-bit)
    Processor: Intel Core i3-4150
    Memory: 4 GB RAM
    Graphics: Nvidia GTX 650
    DirectX: Version 11
    Storage: 16 GB available space


      Legrand Legacy Prologue (Pre Alpha) 0.11.14 Version B.zip 1 GB

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      woooowwww... amazing!

      woooowwww... amazing!


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      It says on one of those posts that this game is on GOG... but it is not.

      I mostly buy games through GOG nowadays, so I went to check there; it is not listed, either as released (which it should not) or 'game in development (which it should if it were actually on GOG; example: CrossCode https://radicalfishgames.itch.io/crosscode https://www.gog.com/game/crosscode ).

      I could only find it on a GOG wishlist, which is done by users, NOT by GOG.

      At this time there is NO information from GOG that it will be listed there.

      Hi! We're actually approved to go on GOG, I'll check with them if we should have a landing page of some sort before the game is launched on January 24,  2018. Thanks for letting me know!

      You definitely should, if they did; they have a number of similar pages for various games still in development.

      There is a potential issue, though, with their TOS on purchase of such games: quoting from their FAQ ( https://support.gog.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000157529-FAQ-Games-in-development#... , 'What is the refund policy for games in development?'), '... Technical issues covered by the 30 Day Money Back Guarantee do not apply to games in development. Instead, you can return the game within 14 days of your purchase...'

      In clear, that means that the period to get a refund (if there is an issue with the game) typically ends long before the game is available... fairly illegal terms here (consumers rights issues), so those pages are mostly advertising the game, I do not thing that many people buy early from them under those conditions.

      I've reached out to them regarding a "coming soon" page, but our current demo (still in development) won't be available for purchase via GOG because it's free! So Legrand Legacy will only be available in GOG for the full version.

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      Demos are treated differently on GOG, they have separate page entries from full games; I could find you a few examples if you need.

      Games in development listed on GOG can be pre-purchased, basically (at least most of them, but I remember some with prices marked TBA, therefore you could not purchase those).

      You should be able to see us on GOG now!

      sound keeps cutting

      Hi, can you tell me which areas?

      The whole game i cant hear anything

      so sad looks fun in beta

      Sorry about that :( Beta is exclusively available for our Kickstarter & PayPal backers...

      literally like beta doesnt exxist i unistalled and reinstalled

      i think i prefer combat a but you need more people to decide because its close, considering how similiar they are

      Ah, most people liked Combat B better, so that's what we are using now. You must like really really challenging games :D

      Game looks great, love the art style and the direction it is going, but contoles are really bad and needs to be worked on.

      Hi CoreMaster.

      Can you please be more specific about the controls? Did you play using a keyboard or a controller?

      Thank you for asking, I did play with keyboard, I dont have controller.

      Oh ok, yes the game is better played with a controller, but we're looking to improve the keyboard controls as well. Thanks for the input.

      Just discovered this, aside from the terrible load times I love everything about it. I really hope to see this game getting completed

      Thank you @chuckkilly :)