To bridge the gap between King Arthur and the upcoming King Arthur II, the standalone King Arthur: Fallen Champions was released today on digital distribution channels for $9.99/€9.99.
Fallen Champions focuses on three heroes -- a knight, a "twilight creature" and a shaman -- who each have their own storyline that should ease fans of the first game into the new Northern regions featured in the sequel.
In celebration of this release, Paradox is having a 75% off sale on the King Arthur Collection on Steam, which includes the first game and all its DLC. If you missed the same deal during the last Steam sale, I highly recommend it if you are into the Total War games. It's cheap, challenging, long and you can easily spend hours playing it when you should be doing other things.
If you've already played King Arthur, why not watch someone tell you how to play the game in a funny voice?
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