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Chivalry 2 Trailer Is Finally out Now

Nothing is more satisfying than a melee kills in video games. The popular melee game Chivalry is one such game that is known for its melee combats. Fans of the game have good news to get excited about.

The sequel announcement is confirmed with the launch of a trailer by Chivalry. As confirmed by Torn Banner studios the game will feature more players with an increasing count of up to 64 players. They want to make things more chaotic and hectic for the players, unlike its previous release.

There will be various improvements in the sequel edition for sure. Tom Barner studios said that the increase in the player count has resulted in a huge impact on the team objective mode. Steve Piggot further said, “Cinematic ‘battle story’ maps that tell a narrative in multiplayer by having the players move through huge environments across multiple stages and changing objectives contextualized to the era, so that in a single map you are killing peasants, burning houses, smashing gates down with a battering ram and killing the king.”

The Trailer of Chivalry 2

Chivalry 2 released a short trailer of their sequel which is going to be released soon. Here is the trailer:

There is a whole lot of action it seems as shown in the trailer. Taking inspiration from the medieval battles the iconic game has surely done it again. There’s a castle shown in the trailer and a knight being killed. The game has also increased the amount of gore content as the studio has said earlier.

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The game would be cross playable among multiple platforms it seems as said in the trailer itself. Players can get the game for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via the Epic Games Store. It is an Epic Game Exclusive.

There are a lot many new features added in the game and if you haven’t checked it out yet go and do so. Because it is surely going to attract a lot of players who love some violence.

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