SpellForce III Reforced hits consoles next week. Ahead of its arrival, THQ Nordic looks to remind players what the RTS-RPG hybrid is all about with a new features trailer.
THQ Nordic detailed the controls for the upcoming console versions of SpellForce III Reforced. The RTS/RPG hybrid hits PlayStation and Xbox systems in June.
SpellForce III’s console launch has received another delay. The RPG/RTS hybrid will now hit PlayStation and Xbox platforms in June.
Console users are going to be waiting a while longer for SpellForce III to arrive. PC users will still be getting the update on schedule.
SpellForce III will be getting a console release exactly four years after its PC debut. Console players will be able to choose whether they want the just base game or to get its expansions as well.
SpellForce III adds Trolls in its newest expansion about resurrecting a god. A PvP version of the game is also out now and free to try.
A new standalone expansion is coming to SpellForce III next month. Players take on the role of a young Troll chieftain who tries to lead his people to freedom by resurrecting a fallen god.
RTS/RPG hybrid SpellForce III is getting a second standalone expansion. Fallen God puts players in control of the Trolls as they search for a new deity.
The standalone expansion to RTS-RPG hybrid SpellForce III is now available. Players have a brand new campaign to play through, which includes the new Dwarves and Dark Elves factions.
It wasn’t enough that there were elves around, it’s that there apparently weren’t enough of them. And there’s going to be a lot of Dark Elves
Two new races make their appearance in the world of Eo: Dwarves and Dark Elves. Time to get back into this RPG and strategy hybrid for a new expansion.
SpellForce III is a large game that is about to get even bigger. A new map editor has arrived for the game and future modding plans are ahead in its future.