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Majesty 2: Kingmaker Released Today

March 26, 2010

Majesty 2: Kingmaker Released Today

The first expansion for the much loved Fantasy Strategy game releases today

Paradox Interactive has today released the first expansion to the Fantasy Strategy game Majesty 2: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim with Majesty 2: Kingmaker, developed by 1C:InoCo and exclusively available for digital download at all major digital download portals.

Containing a brand new single-player campaign consisting of eight missions, players will go up against Lord Blackviper and his army of evil goblins. In addition, Majesty 2: Kingmaker also contains brand new creatures to go up against and the ‘Kingmaker editor’, a mission creator toolset which enables players to create their own missions and battles.

View the release trailer for Majesty 2: Kingmaker below:

The recently released patch 1.3 for Majesty 2 is also a compulsory and automatic install for Majesty 2: Kingmaker and will bring additional new content and features to expand the gameplay experience even further. These include:

  • An added ‘randomize’ feature in all single and multiplayer missions which shuffles the locations of non-quest monster dens along with sites for the construction of temples and trading posts.

  • Random filling of treasure chests. Heroes can now discover various amounts of gold, weapons, armor, elixirs and artifacts

  • Open access to basic game resources for mod-makers

  • Multiplayer compatibility for Majesty 2

  • Added network compatibility of versions with different languages

  • The option to acquire additional game content, part of which is available free-of-charge

  • The ability to now view a list of heroes who are interested in a selected flag

  • On the mini-maps, the graves of monsters no longer appear as a live enemy

  • Anisotropy feature added to graphical settings dramatically improving the display of textures

  •  Automatic synchronization to remedy any critical mistiming in multiplayer

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