NeocoreGames is ironing out “a few bumps” before the early access launch.
NeocoreGames’ King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is coming to Steam Early Access on January 26th. Originally slated for January 12th, the developer announced the delay in a press release, noting that there were “still a few bumps to iron out.” The early access version sees Sir Mordred venturing across Avalon with a party and undertaking different quests.
As for the full game, it will have over 30 heroes across five classes and hundreds of skills to choose from. Permadeath is in effect, meaning that units that fall in battle are gone for good, so knowing how to manage your resources is key. Along with different skill trees, heroes can also take advantage of different loot to better their abilities.
As for Avalon, players will have 20 story missions and side quests to complete along with over 50 points of interest on the map. There’s a Stronghold to upgrade for different benefits and endgame content in the form of random quests, mythic boss battles and more. King Arthur: Knight’s Tale will be in early access for several months and launch first for PC in early 2021. PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players will get it later.