Galactic Civilizations IV

Galactic Civilizations IV and King Arthur: Knight’s Tale are now available on PC

Stardock and NeocoreGames have announced that Galactic Civilizations IV and King Arthur: Knight’s Tale are available on PC. Galactic Civilizations IV is a space 4X strategy sandbox game. On the other hand, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is a hybrid between turn-based tactical and traditional character-centric RPG.

Here are the key features of Galactic Civilizations IV

  • Characters (citizens with unique traits, stats, and backstories)
  • Over a dozen civilizations to choose from
  • Sectors
  • Policy System
  • Commanders
  • Governor Characters
  • Missions (Quests)
  • Multi-turn combat/invasions
  • Executive Orders
  • Galactic Achievements (victory quests)
  • Prestige victory condition
  • New Ideology system
  • New massive tech trees
  • Built-in Modder Library
Galactic Civilizations IV - Release Trailer

Here are also the key features of the full version of King Arthur: Knight’s Tale which has been available in Early Access for a while.

  • The complete campaign in four story acts
  • More than thirty playable heroes of five different classes
  • More than fifty unique missions
  • Seven different enemy factions with more than fifty types of enemies
  • Fully upgradable Camelot
  • Complete Morality Chart with four alignments and unique rewards
  • High level endgame, unlocked after finishing the story
  • Supported languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Polish, Russian and Hungarian
  • Steam achievements
King Arthur: Knight's Tale | Release Trailer

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