During Nintendo's Nindie showcase in March 2017, Raw Fury's Kingdom: Two Crowns was confirmed for the Switch eShop. Now, after all this time, the developer has finally revealed the game where you lead a kingdom and make tough decisions will arrive on 11th December.
Alongside this release date announcement is the reveal players will be able to explore two new unique and incredibly vibrant settings. The first is Kingdom Two Crowns: Shogun - inspired by feudal Japan - and will be available at launch. The second one has not been revealed, but the developer promises both will include their own special NPCs, strategies and mysteries. The new campaign-style experience will also ensure your efforts carry across to the next leader. Here's the full rundown:
At launch, Kingdom Two Crowns will feature an additional stunningly gorgeous Japan-inspired setting we’re calling Kingdom Two Crowns: Shogun which will be filled with its own unique set of NPCs, strategies, and mystery. This is on top of the already revamped and reimagined medieval backdrop Kingdom is known for, which will also don its own NPCs and more. Furthermore, additional settings will be coming to Kingdom Two Crowns post launch, each with completely new environments offering their own different items and characters. These aren’t reskins, they are settings that offer different strategies to ruling in Kingdom.
This is the most extensive undertaking of Kingdom we have ever attempted but one look at that teaser trailer and you can see it’ll totally be worth the wait. Both the current setting and the new Kingdom Two Crowns: Shogun setting overhaul Kingdom’s permadeath mechanic and introduce a new campaign style where death will still be your best teacher but you won’t be punished as severely as before.
For veteran rulers, there are plenty of new mysteries to solve in our beloved horse riding simulator. For monarchs who have yet to traverse these lands, Kingdom Two Crowns will make you swoon with its remarkable aesthetic and keep you engrossed with its simple yet brilliant strategic depth.
For the first time ever, the title will also include local co-op for all platforms. While online co-op has been confirmed for most versions at launch, online play for the Switch version is still being "explored" at this point in time.
Take a look at the Shogun teaser trailer below and tell us if you're interested in downloading this one on release.