Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders Goes Gold!
October 4, 2004
Microsoft today announced that the Xbox® action-strategy game, Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders, has gone gold and is set to ship to retail stores on October 12. The medieval struggle between the dark legion and the human race is upon this world. Players will have their choice to command both bad and good forces in an epic battle for the Holy Lands or take their medieval warriors onto Xbox LiveTM in head-to-head deathmatch action. For an estimated retail price (U.S.) of $39.99, players have nothing to lose... except maybe a little blood.
Set 50 years after the War of Heroes, players assume the role of a general in a fantasy battlefield. Players must fight alongside their troops and use catapults, dragons or any means necessary to crush the Dark Legions and put an end to the terror they've unleashed on the sacred Holy Grounds. Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders features up to 100 characters and allows up to 150 units to fight on one screen, boasting breathtaking battles on an epic scale. In third-person perspective, players' characters will progress from basic troops to more specialized and powerful units. Throughout 30 hours of playtime, players can choose to battle as the Humans or Dark Legions in more than 60 different maps. Mission types include all-out war, castle siege, scouting, trapping and more. Gamers can also compete head-to-head or team up with other players in Deathmatch battles via Xbox Live. Players can enhance their missions by downloading new mission packs, weapons and armor while tracking their performance with Xbox Live scoreboards. Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders was developed by the renowned game developer in Korea, Phantagram, LTD. For more information about Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders, please visit http://www.xbox.com/en-us/kingdomunderfire/default.htm.
PHANTAGRAM CO,.LTD. an international developer/publisher of electronic entertainment software, combines the best game development, publication, global marketing and comprehensive media mixing business to reach the global electronic entertainment industry. Phantagram's first international title, Kingdom Under Fire (PC), was fully localized in 13 different languages and became a huge success in over 30 countries. For more information, visit www.phantagram.com.
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