Tripwire Presents and Canadian independent game developer Torn Banner Studios have expanded their bloody multiplayer medieval slasher Chivalry 2 to Game Pass. Available on both Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, Chivalry 2 also dropped the Reinforced content update, adding a new map on all platforms.
Hippodrome, a new has arrived. Designed for the new mounted horse combat feature, recently released in the Tenosian Invasion update, the arena poses danger for all. Spike traps and flamethrowers are some of the threats. Wide open spaces prove opportunity for horseback jousting and lance charges. In addition mounted horse combat has been added to the existing maps of The Raid on Aberfell and The Siege of Rudhelm.
Katars, the first dual-wielded weapon, have entered world of Chivalry 2. These weapons strike as a matched pair of deadly armor-piercing daggers in close range attacks. Designed for the Ambusher class, these very fast stabbing weapons will dish out serious damage. Players will need fast footwork to make use of dodges as the katars have very weak block and do not interrupt opponents.
A new Chivalry 2: King’s Edition is now on sale. Priced at $59.99 for PC platforms, this new edition comes with exclusive cosmetic armor made famous by the fierce faction leaders from the original game along with in-game and premium currency. Existing players can upgrade to this edition for $19.99 from the base game or $9.99 from the special edition.
Chivalry 2 is available on Windows PC from Humble Bundle, Steam, and Epic Games Store for $39.99/£34.99/€39.99. The game is available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 via the PlayStation Store and on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S via Microsoft for $39.99. A Chivalry 2 Special Edition that includes exclusive in-game content is available for $49.99/£44.99/€49.99. Follow @ChivalryGame on Twitter, like @Chivalry2 on Facebook or visit chivalry2.com for more information.
Tripwire Interactive (@TripwireInt Twitter, @tripwireinteractive Facebook, YouTube) is an independent developer based out of Roswell, Georgia. The company started off by making the Red Orchestra mod, later winning the “Make Something Unreal” competition in 2004. Since then the studio has won numerous Multiplayer and FPS Game of the Year awards from top editorial sites. Millions having played a Red Orchestra or Killing Floor game, with an average play time of over 40 hours, per player, per game. With this success, the developer expanded its business to include Tripwire Presents that publishes titles on multiple platforms and genres from talented studios.
Torn Banner Studios (@TornBanner Twitter, YouTube) is a Toronto, Canada based independent game developer known for the Chivalry game series. Both passion and innovation are at the core of everything the studio develops. The team is comprised of people who truly love video games and a lucky enough to follow their dreams with support from the community.
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