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Sacred Citadel launching April 16 in NA, April 17 in Europe on PSN

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Sacred Citadel, the side-scrolling co-op brawler from SouthEnd Interactive, will be available April 16 in North America for $14.99 and April 17 in Europe for €14.99 on PlayStation Network, publisher Deep Silver announced today.

The game will feature four playable classes, the last of which — the Seraphim Mage — Deep Silver announced today. The other three are the Ancarian Ranger, Safiri Warrior and Khukuri Shaman. The Mage is an offense-focused character who boasts a number of elemental spells; you can see her in action in the video below.

Sacred Citadel serves as a prologue to the upcoming Sacred 3, the third full game in the Sacred series. The downloadable title will also be available on Windows PC, where it will launch April 17 via Steam, and on Xbox Live Arcade. For more on Sacred Citadel, check out our hands-on impressions from PAX East 2013.