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Spellforce 2: Demons Of The Past

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: Nordic Games
Release Date: Jan. 16, 2014

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'Spellforce 2: Demons Of The Past' Gets Delayed Until 2014

by Rainier on Oct. 10, 2013 @ 8:47 a.m. PDT

Demons Of The Past is the final in the Spellforce 2 series and like its earlier incarnations is a mix between RPG and RTS that puts players right at the center of the mysterious SpellForce universe.

Following on from previous add-on Faith In Destiny, players can now conclude their journey with Demons Of The Past where the fate of Eo rests in the players’ hands. Along the way players will meet old and new faces – will they be of help or hindrance?

As the evil wrath of Zazhut ways heavy over the land of Eo, everyone has given up hope that the land will be defended; it’s now down the player to save the world. With over 50 quests and a number of side quests there is 25 hours worth of new gameplay to explore. Players will have the bonus of conjuring new spells and capturing new weapons that provides fresh appeal yet is faithful to the SpellForce world.

Demons Of The Past adds five new maps, offering eight in total to explore, as well as the popular free game mode, where the tales of the single player campaign can be experienced in a new way i.e. with other players cooperatively. To top it off, a new survival mode will be implemented with distinctive objectives and gameplay.

Originally scheduled for release on October 24th, 2013, Nordic Games will now release SpellForce 2: Demons Of The Past on January 16th 2014 due to additional features in the multiplayer department.

“We had the choice to either release the single player part first, then follow-up with the new multiplayer modes later, or release it all in one go. We opted for the latter,” said Gennaro Giani, Localization and Production Manager at Nordic Games. “Of course, this was not an easy decision to make, but it reflects our own standards when it comes to gaming more than in single bits and pieces, and this way the gamer will benefit from a comprehensive gaming experience.”


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