King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Coming to Consoles February 22

The world of NeocoreGames’ King Arthur: Knight’s Tale will come out digitally for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on February 22.

The title originally launched on the PC after a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2020. For those new to the title, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale combines turn-based tactical games and traditional, character-centric RPGs.

Featuring a modern take on classic Arthurian mythology, players will take control of Sir Mordred, the nemesis of King Arthur. The Lady of the Lake has brought players back to life, and it’s up to them to end this nightmare. As part of this task, players will take on over 50 unique points of interest on the Adventure Map, including 20 story missions and different side quests.

With the console versions, players will be able to choose between a Quality Mode that offers 4K visuals or a Performance Mode that prioritizes framerate. Local PvP multiplayer has been included, while those on the PlayStation 5 can take advantage of haptic feedback support for the DualSense controller. Xbox Achievement and PlayStation Trophy tracking has also been included.

Learn more with the console release date announcement trailer below:

Console Release Date Announcement Trailer | King Arthur: Knight’s Tale

The console release will continue to be supported post-launch with seasonal content and optional skirmishes at a later date.

Source: Press Release
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