Chivalry 2's new Tenosian Invasion update is out now, available for free on all platforms. Speaking of platforms, Chivalry 2 is now also available on Steam.
Nvidia confirms a new batch of games with support for DLSS, including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Crysis Remastered Trilogy, and more.
Since its launch in June, Torn Banner Studios' medieval PvP combat game has sold over a million copies, with players collectively having logged over 8 million hours of play time.
Meanwhile, Chivalry 2 debuts in ninth place, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade in twelfth place, and Guilty Gear Strive at No. 26.
The first set of maps is set in the later medieval period with a more "refined" atmosphere. Over time, the game will "at least" double in size.
About two years after its initial announcement, the medieval multiplayer title is out now on Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC and Xbox One.
Cross-play will be enabled for Xbox, PC and PlayStation platforms.
Torn Banner Studios have also released a guide video ahead of the upcoming beta.
The closed beta kicks off on April 23.
Pre-orders are live and provide access to the upcoming closed beta.
Summer beta has been pushed back with a new date to be announced later.
Cross-play across all platforms has also been officially confirmed.
The now-private trailer also indicates cross-play for all platforms.
The developers feel the addition of an SSD to next-gen consoles is "definitely a step forward."
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The medieval multiplayer combat title is coming to the Epic Games Store in early 2020.