Upcoming Medieval Games

Started by bilbobaggins, June 15, 2022, 11:45:34 AM

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bilbobaggins

As a lover of video games, I thought it might be a good idea to start a thread on games related to the medieval period. 

I am very excited about these two games, both of them are grand strategy warfare games. Both allow multiple players to play the campaign online. I think both allow 14 players online to compete as separate realms.

Knights of Honor 2- If you are familiar with Total war is resembles their games.


https://community.knightsofhonor.com/


Field of Glory: Kingdoms- More of an in-depth grand strategy game.
https://www.slitherine.com/game/field-of-glory-kingdoms

Justin Martyr

Thanks a ton. I was disappointed with how Crusader Kings III turned out, but both of these look quite interesting.
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