Check out our massive interview about Kingdom Under Fire II, the epic MMORTS/RPG in the final stages of development at Blueside.
This game looks so sick. I'm usually not into RTS types, but man the scale is epic and being able to take control of your main dude in the middle of battle is really awesome to me.
I get the feeling that this game is going to come out and surprise everyone with how good it is. I am looking forward to this game.
Over 240 hours of gameplay ..... impressive. They created a great engine that can move a lot of units.Another endorsement for PS4 hardware and their policy for online games is better.
they lost me at rts i cant stand rts or strategic rpgs not cuz it not good cuz i suck at them same goes for stealth games also
try disgaea for srpg story and characters and the amount of loot and customization will make you love srpgs, than move on to harder ones.
Why is this under Xbox? This is only on PC and PS4 right?
If you read the interview, they admitted they're still considering an Xbox One version as well.
god this loooks awesome its just rts elements make me cringe i dont like games with micromanagment out arse to much of it is turn me off
Don't worry, this is not a full fledged RTS but rather an action/RTS hybrid...Think Dynasty Warriors meet Total War. Also, it is MMO, so you can get help from other players.
This does look badass...
so there's a campaign mode after all! glad to know.
Well yes, the first Kingdom Under Fire on the original Xbox didn't even have multiplayer. It looked amazing for the time.
the game was good and one of the best at the time. I hope this one lives up to its predecessor.
This is going to be crazy. :O
Yay its coming to pc. Makes sense tho, considering how many years they spent in front of one.
LMAO bubz for the laugh
i lover dynasty warriors i played disgaea even that was to hard for me im not much big puzzle solver i dont think outside box. people have saidi n order to get better at strategy u must play it well if u dont understand strategy how u get better at it then kinda got quiet after that
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