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'Kings of War' Announced

by Thomas on May 12, 2003 @ 1:49 a.m. PDT

TimeGate Studios, Inc. announced today (thanks VE3D) that it is developing KINGS OF WAR, a fantasy real-time strategy game inspired by TimeGate’s critically acclaimed Kohan series.

The first game of the series, Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, exploded onto the computer gaming scene in 2001, earning acclaim from fans and critics alike. Kohan went on to win over 30 awards, including “Strategy Game of the Year” from the industry’s top media publications.

The original development team behind the Kohan series is now developing an exciting new title that will feature TimeGate’s trademark innovation and depth of gameplay.

KINGS OF WAR immerses players in the world of the Kohan as one of the immortals who lead the fight against an ancient evil that has risen again and is bent on destroying civilization forever. The story unfolds as all-out war plunges the world into chaos.

“We are very excited about this project” says Adel Chaveleh, President of TimeGate Studios. “KINGS OF WAR will offer a gaming experience unlike any other on the market today. This game is beautiful, innovative, and very addictive.”

KINGS OF WAR features a new state-of-the-art 3D graphics engine that delivers a breathtaking world of magical splendor, heroic deeds, and fearsome enemies. With six unique races and five political factions to choose from, players will head into battle with thirteen potential combinations and will watch in amazement as hundreds of units wage war in intense real-time strategy action. KINGS OF WAR offers countless hours of replayability due to its unique multiplayer game types, and adaptive artificial intelligence, amongst other innovative features.

KINGS OF WAR features TimeGate’s ENGAGE technology that is best-known for its flexibility, customization tools, and unique levels of unit control and organization.

KINGS OF WAR is currently scheduled for release mid-2004.

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