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King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Is Delayed, But We Won’t Have To Wait Much Longer

Neocore has decided to postpone the release of King Arthur by a few weeks to bring the best version to the fans.

 

 

King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, which sets the Camelot legend in a unique dark fantasy setting, has managed to grab the attention of RPG fans. Unsurprisingly, the turn-based combat, dark atmosphere and management approach make it stand out from the crowd. Unfortunately, it looks like fans of the game will have to test their patience a little longer than planned, as Neocore has announced that the release date has been pushed back slightly.

King Arthur: Knight’s Tale will be released for PC on 29 March

 

 

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Although it looked like we’d be able to get our hands on the fantasy adventure in mid-February, the developers have decided to extend the work until 29 March. “As the pandemic situation is still very uncertain, we are putting health and security first, however, working from home does come with slight delays. We’re confident that King Arthur: Knight’s Tale will be ready by the end of March, and your journey in Avalon can finally begin,” they explain in a Steam post.

There’s no doubt that Neocore is set to deliver an excellent experience for users, with over 30 heroes from 6 different classes, different ways to lead your team, dozens of kingdom-related quests, and even a PvP mode. As for the story, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale will invite us to take on the role of Sir Mordred, who assassinates King Arthur in battle and unleashes darkness on the land.

 

 

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This is not the first delay in the history of King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, as it was the same situation when Early Access was launched. Whatever the case, we’ll have to wait a few more weeks for Neocore’s game to be released on PC, which means that the PS5 and Xbox versions of the game will be delayed.

Source: Steam

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