King's Bounty II launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC
With roots dating back in the early 1990s, King's Bounty is a popular title that paved the way for the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic series. King's Bounty: The Legend arrived in 2008 as its spiritual successor, receiving quite a few sequels. Sadly, it took more than a decade for King's Bounty II to finally arrive.
Although it missed its March launch date, King's Bounty II arrives on time now for both PC and console gamers. Its key features include an interactive and cinematic story, volumetric battlefields, a new character development system, unique squads, all creating a special blend of realism and fantasy.
In addition to the basic/regular game release, those who want more can get the Lord's and Duke's editions. The first one provides a few weapons, a skin pack, and one armor set, as well as King's Watchdogs. In addition to these, the latter also includes the game's artbook and soundtrack, both in digital format. The prices depend on platform, region, and retailer. For example, console gamers can get the standard release on Amazon for roughly US$60, while the Lord's Edition costs US$5 more.