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Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade Update Comes With Two New Events

Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade is an MMO real-time strategy game inspired by history. It offers players with eleven unique kingdoms, 34 heroes and real warfare, enabling them to become the author of their civilization’s history.

Players are to launch wars and try conquering the world, rise up as a leader renowned for their skills, or explore the unknown parts of the world as a pioneer. The gameplay packs real-time battles, a seamless world map, numerous civilizations, the possibility to explore and investigate, as well as RPG commanders, among many other features.

Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade’s Gameplay and Features

Real-time battles are not pre-calculated but happen in real-time on the map, in which players can join or leave. All in-game action happens on a single, massive map populated by gamers and NPC characters. There are no separate bases or battle scenes, and it offers ‘infinite zoom’ that enables players to transition easily between the world view and individual places or outposts.

You get to investigate lost temples, barbarian fortresses, caves, and villages in order to experience the historical gameplay. Players have access to unrestricted troop movements, able to issue new orders any time, which offers countless strategic opportunities. The troops can be divided between commanders, so you get to engage in more than one action at the same time.

Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade also offers players a full set of alliance features that enable them to help each other. These alliance can extend their territory in order to collect resources and strengthen their position. The RPG commanders can be used in battles; from Julius Caesar and Sun Tzu to Joan of Arc and Kusunoki Masashige, players can employ these historical figures in combat.

Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade Update

The game’s last build release, Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade update, comes with various optimizations and a new event called ‘Ian’s Ballads,’ which will slowly open up to all kingdoms throughout the following week after the update. Another new event that comes with the latest roll-out, ‘Peerless Scholar,’ is set to be available to all kingdoms two weeks after the update.



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