SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny comes to the PC in May 2012

Nordic Games announced today that the second stand-alone add-on for SpellForce 2 – “Faith in Destiny” will be launched in May 2012, exclusively on the PC. The game takes place four years after the events that occurred, when Shaper was conquered by the power of the Archfire. Four years in which scientists, dragons and inventors have tried to find a way to counter the deterioration of the portal – but to no avail.
SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny promises to be a brand new, epic, strategic RTS/PRG-Mix that combines the storylines of the previous Spellforce-games and continues further. The game was being developed under the guidance of DreamCatcher and will be better optimized.
Reinhard Pollice, Business and Product Development Manager at Nordic Games said:
“The development of SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny being developed under the guidance of DreamCatcher, the Canadian subsidiary of JoWooD, could neither fulfil our high quality standards in some departments nor the expectations of the community. Therefore, we decided to recruit an experienced development team, which would comprehensively revamp several segments of the game in order to ensure a wonderful SpellForce gaming experience. Optimisation activities will be carried out in the fields of balancing, general presentation, graphics, general game flow, and in the multiplayer mode”

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