‘For the King’ now has a new and official sequel, which is already taking the world by storm for those who prefer to dive into their virtual worlds by using PCs. The first game of the series was known as a massively popular turn-based roguelite tabletop RPG, and it seems that For the King II is even more exciting!
In the new For the King II game, which was developed by IronOak Games and published by Curve Games, you get to fight against the tyrannical Queen of Fahrul either alone or as a party of four players. It all depends on you. While single-player gaming can be a thing for those who are more solitary, bringing some friends along can also be a lot of fun!
‘For the King II’ is available for the PC NOW!
‘For the King II’ has already been launched as a PC version, as the game’s Steam page reveals. The game falls into various categories, such as RPG, board games, adventure, tabletop, co-op, and more.
Here’s part of the game’s official description via Steam:
Once beloved by her people, Queen Rosomon has turned against her subjects, casting them into servitude in the darkness of Fahrul’s mines whilst building alliances with sinister and malevolent forces.
Gather your party in four player co-op or adventure alone through Fahrul as you risk everything to fight the tyrannical queen and bring an end to her oppressive reign.
If you want to benefit from the best of what ‘For the King II’ has to offer, your PC needs 16GB of RAM, an Intel Core i7/AMD Ryzen 5 processor, and a graphics card such as a GeForce RTX 2060 Super (8GB of VRAM) or Radeon RX 5700 XT (8GB of VRAM).
What do you think? Will you be willing to play ‘For the King II’ on your PC?