Playlogic Announces Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships

April 20, 2009

Playlogic
Announces Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships

Set out on the high seas as a
raiding pirate or mission-seeking naval sailor in this adventure role playing
game!

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc.
announced today that Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships is coming to
retail stores nationwide May 12, 2009. The action-packed pirate adventure role
playing game (RPG) for PC features dozens of quests and infinite challenges,
where players can sail the high seas as a swashbuckling dread pirate or assume
the role of a dashing naval captain.

“This sequel to the popular Age of
Pirates franchise reinvents itself with a larger playing field and exciting new
content from a new combat system and trading options to numerous quests and
character classes,” said Rogier Smit, executive vice president of Playlogic.
“The game’s free-roaming options expand the storyline and challenge players with
endless hours of adventure.”

Players courageous enough to delve
into the dangerous world of Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships will
discover treasure and adventure as they choose to go it alone and become the
most feared pirate on the seven seas, or prove their loyalty and take the coin
of one of four different navies; French, English, Spanish or Dutch. As players
navigate their own route through the seas of the Caribbean they can explore
strange new countries and undiscovered civilizations, plunder merchant ships and
even raid fortified ports and cities – interacting with nearly every character
and/or building along the way.

Game features include:

  • Ship-to-ship combat and toe-to-toe
    clashes

  • 3 diverse characters and 3
    classes: Merchant, Corsair and Adventurer

  • 4 main campaigns

  • 40+ quests and 40+ quest
    generators allowing for an infinite amount of quests

  • New combat system for faster
    fights

  • 3 weapon classes: light, medium
    and heavy

  • Advanced trading system

  • Real-life historical characters
    such as Jamaican governors Colonel Thomas Lynch and Thomas Modyford

Almost everything can be adjusted to
players’ wishes, making customization and resource management a key element to
gameplay. Let this serve as a warning; in Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned
Ships the dead do not sleep easy, and both myth and reality frequently
intertwine.

For more information about Age of
Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships, please visit
www.ageofpiratesthegame.com.