Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is slated to charge to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms on Dec. 1. Activision and Torn Banner Studios are lowering the drawbridge to one of the most fast-paced and intense death-match titles to hit the virtual world for a larger audience.
The first-person game is set in the time of the knights, where 24 players go to a heated battle using an extensive range of armaments, including swords, bows, javelins, maces and battle axes, to name a few, as their weapons of choice. With more than 25 maps to fight it out, over 60 weapon options, a ton of game modes and customizable equipment, players are all set for hours of action-packed, blood-filled melee combat.
The version coming to current-gen consoles will also bring along a new mode, where teams of six knights can go all out against one another on the battlefield.
“The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare also includes Horde Mode, which was previously unavailable on Xbox 360 and PS3. Battle monsters and survive waves of new enemies in this fantasy co-op showdown,” Torn Banner Studiossays on its blog.
Just like the game’s version on Steam, multiplayer gameplay will be supported by dedicated servers.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare will come with a price tag of $19.99. Xbox One users will be able to preorder the title on Nov. 24, whereas PlayStation 4 users will be able to get their hands on the game only on the release date.
The developer is also offering a Gold Edition for $29.99, where buyers will get to enjoy four cosmetic DLC packs, including a Barbarian character pack, a Marauding Arbiter pack, an Inquisitive Dreadnaught bundle and a Barbarian weapon pack. Those who avail the standard version will be able to purchase these packs separately.