The Kingdom series of strategy adventure games will be available to purchase physically this June. Kingdom Majestic combines both Kingdom: New Lands and its sequel, Kingdom: Two Crowns, into a retail bundle in the U.S. and Europe.
Kingdom Majestic will also include all content that has been released for the two games after their releases.
The Kingdom series places you at the head of a monarchy with the goal of growing your kingdom while protecting your population. This side-scrolling pixelated game has you managing funds while ordering the construction of buildings, rallying new troops, and retrieving gold. Luckily, you’re atop your trusty horse sidekick for all of this.
Your horse becomes particularly helpful at night, as you protect your kingdom from hordes of creatures known as Greedlings.
The gameplay itself is pretty simple, with only three buttons being used. While it’s safe outside, exploring the nearby forest may reward you with artifacts to help you build and protect your kingdom.
Kingdom Majestic will support online play on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Split-screen co-op and single-player modes are accessible on every platform. Alongside the announcement came a trailer for Kingdom Majestic.
Kingdom Majestic limited edition
Available in Europe only, the limited edition of Kingdom Majestic comes with a lenticular (3D looking) picture, a sleeve for the game, four pieces of scenery artwork that can connect to make the game’s map, the original soundtrack, a double-sided cover for the game, and the game itself.
If you live in the United States your only option is the standard edition. This comes with the game and a double-sided cover for it.
Kingdom Majestic is set to come to retail June 18 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch. The two games in the bundle have been received well on Metacritic, with New Lands scoring an 87 on Xbox One and the sequel, Two Crowns, an 84 on Switch.
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