King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Conquers Consoles: Hungarian RPG’s Release Date Announced

The Hungarian-developed King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is set to conquer new platforms soon. This tactical RPG, which narrates a darker twist on the legend of King Arthur, complete with undead knights, is landing on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on February 22, 2024. Console gamers can look forward to two graphic modes: Quality and Performance, along with local PvP and continuous content updates post-launch.


Last spring marked the debut of King Arthur: Knights Tale, a turn-based tactical role-playing game that spins a darker, undead knight-filled version of King Arthur’s legendary tale. Originally released solely for PC, it has now been revealed through a press release that the game will also be making its way to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on February 22, 2024.

Additionally, it was disclosed that the console version of King Arthur will feature two graphic modes: Quality and Performance. The former offers a 4K visual experience, while the latter prioritizes refresh rate, though specific performance details were not clarified. Console players will also have access to local PvP, allowing them to battle friends on the same machine. Achievements and trophies will be available for the game, and players can expect “long-term” availability of seasonal and other content following the launch.

King Arthur: Knight’s Tale was developed by Hungarian studio NeocoreGames, known for creating The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing and Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. The game’s narrative revolves around the Lady of the Lake resurrecting Mordred to slaughter King Arthur, who has also returned from the realm of the dead, alongside famous knights and wizards of the lore. This top-down game allows players to explore the land in real-time, shifting to a turn-based combat system during battles. The game offers extensive gameplay options, including character development, castle building, and a morality system that influences the storyline and how characters respond to the player’s decisions.

Source: NeocoreGames press release

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