Paradox Getting Ready to Release King Arthur II

King Arthur II will feature a new and dark fantasy setting. No longer a valiant ruler, King Arthur is now the Maimed King trying to mend a land almost beyond repair in a stunning new plot.

More heroic, large scale battles with bigger armies are at reach to defeat more powerful foes. Intense boss fights promise to pit hero’s forces against unique and terrifying enemies.

A new wide range of camera control options, revised animations and an extensive tutorial will provide for the ultimate gaming experience.

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Paradox Interactive and Neocore Games have announced that development for King Arthur II is underway. King Arthur was received as one of the biggest surprises to emerge on the gaming scene in 2009, said Paradox Interactive on Friday, Jan 14.

“We are excited to begin King Arthur II with the Paradox publishing team,” said Zoltan Pozsonyi, producer of King Arthur II for Neocore. “We have every intention of testing the limits in the sequel. With an extraordinary new plot and insane new battles, our community’s expectations will be blown away.”

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The Fantasy/Role-playing RTS returns in a sequel set to push the boundaries of the genre even further, says the company.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to add King Arthur II to our lineup of exceptional upcoming titles. From the early development that has taken place, we know this newest title will more than live up to its predecessor,” said Fredrik Wester, CEO of Paradox Interactive.

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Paradox Interactive is a leading global developer and publisher of PC-based strategy games.

Developers of Crusaders: Thy Kingdom Come and King Arthur: The Role-Playing Wargame, Neocore Games utilizes its Coretech 3D engine to offer technology for in-game graphics.

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