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New Gameplay Features Have Been Revealed for King Arthur: Knight’s Tale

King Arthur: Knight's Tale

Jump back into a dark history in King Arthur: Knight’s Tale.

This role-playing tactical game is well on its way to being fully funded on Kickstarter. From developer NeocoreGames, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale tells the story of King Arthur and his knights in a brand new way. You play as Mordred, the black knight and nemesis to the king in this dark, dramatic retelling of the story.

Now 91% funded on Kickstarter with just over a week left, the team has shared some new updates, starting with the Morality Chart.

In the game, every choice you make will have lasting consequences. The Morality Chart keeps track of what you decide, and your entire adventure will twist and change from there. And you’ll have to think carefully about those choices, because in King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, there’s no changing your mind. Your choices are final and you’ll have to deal with any consequences, good or bad.

More of Sir Mordred’s story has also been revealed. He is certainly an unexpected protagonist. As you venture across Avalon, you’ll take on quests which will often require you to make moral choices that will change the story. Your overall goal is to kill King Arthur… again. After killing each other once, you’ve both become something otherworldly, but now it’s time to end things once and for all.

Some other recent announcements include: a look at some of the game’s major enemies, a sample of its soundtrack and an interview with producer Zoltán Pozsonyi.

If you’re interested in more details about the game, you can tune into NeocoreGames’ Twitch channel at 3pm GMT/10am ET on November 10th where it will be hosting a Q & A.

More details are on the way so keep an eye out, and consider supporting the game’s Kickstarter if you want to play it yourself.

Becca knew that she would be addicted to video games for the rest of her life when she saw the first pixelated zombie shambling across her TV screen while playing Resident Evil 3. She particularly enjoys being scared, laughing until she cries, or just plain crying while experiencing games. When she isn't playing games she loves spoiling her cat Usagi and eating any kind of sushi she can find.