War of the Roses
Also, three new maps and Pitched Battle mode have added since launch and the newly released Assault mode, launched specifically for this latest version of the multiplayer action title. War of the Roses: Kingmaker will separate the nobles from the rabble and put knights on the fast-track to glory, ready to fight and die for York or Lancaster -- and go down in history as true heroes.
Command players to slay their foes with all of the bluster and gravity that only Brian Blessed can provide.
Check out the new updates to War of the Roses in this all-new trailer.
The truly pious will also be able to wield the Dagger and Sword of Mary for Christ's Mass, inspired by medieval depictions of the Virgin Mary, laden with holy symbols. Both weapons will be available Friday, December 21, at a special holiday price. But that mercy will expire on Dec. 26, at which point the prices will rise to the cost of a Kings bounty!
The forthcoming medieval combat title required senior producer Gordon Van Dyke and lead designer Mårten Stormdal to undertake rigorous research and combat training, and spend several days pretending to be kings.
Players are being called to arms in a new trailer, released today, which encourages bold knights to choose their weapons wisely, and to come prepared with the skill to wield them. This trailer shall serve as a final reminder to those knights who wish to test their mettle on the fields of battle: bring any weapon you wish, but it will not save you unless you have mastered it.
Paradox Interactive has decreed that pre-orders shall now be accepted for War of the Roses, the upcoming medieval squad-based combat title developed by Fatshark. Every knight loyal enough to purchase their copies in advance will be rewarded with delightful bonuses by the noble publisher. A new trailer has been released to celebrate this occasion, featuring the two factions of War of the Roses charging towards their favorite stores and trampling any who dare stand between them and the game.
Shot documentary-style on location in York, senior producer Gordon Van Dyke and lead designer Mårten Stormdal don armor and ransack the now peaceful city, enabling viewers to see firsthand the buildings, landscapes, armor, and lore that will become a part of War of the Roses when the game launches later this year.
War of the Roses, an upcoming exercise in medieval multiplayer mayhem, pits players against one another in roving squads of armored knights, unleashing their fury on a variety of battlefields in painful, real-time combat.
Paradox Interactive and Fatshark today released the first video in a new series of trailers for action melee combat title War of the Roses, giving an extensive behind the scenes look into the key locales and architecture of medieval England that have helped draw inspiration for the upcoming melee game.
A team-based multiplayer melee combat experience, War of The Roses sees players and their band of knights going toe-to-toe with their opponents using authentic and visceral weapons of the time period including broad swords, long bows and battle-axes.
War of the Roses is a new IP that transports players back in time to the battle-ravaged, dynastic civil war era of 15th century England where ownership of the throne of England was brutally fought over between supporters of two rival branches of the Royal House of Plantagenet - the house of Lancaster (the reds) and the house of York (the whites).
Players will get the chance to lead their knight through a progression system, gaining upgrades and unlocking new content on their path from filthy peasant to unstoppable armored killing machine.
War of the Roses will pull players into a team-based multiplayer melee combat experience, putting their band of knights right in the thick of chaotic battles against opposing hordes armed with swords, battleaxes, longbows and other iconic medieval classics.
Featuring top-notch graphics portraying the fighting from an up-close-and-personal third-person perspective, War of the Roses features both online multiplayer and a deep single-player campaign. Players will get the chance to lead their knight through a progression system, gaining upgrades and unlocking new content on their path from filthy peasant to unstoppable armored killing machine.
This trailer gives an extensive behind the scenes look into what it's like to don authentic armor and weaponry, training for mounted jousting combat while exploring the English countryside that inspired War of the Roses.