Get ready to dive into a nostalgia-filled micro-strategy world with Kingdom Eighties, the upcoming standalone game in the award-winning series from Raw Fury. And the best part? It’s not just coming to PC, but also to Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch later this year.
Announced initially back in 2022 and now by Raw Fury at The MIX Direct Spring 2023 Online Showcase, where a new gameplay teaser was unveiled, showcasing the game’s urban settings, a first for the franchise, in Kingdom Eighties, you’ll play as the Leader, a young camp counselor tasked with protecting the town from the mysterious Greed, with the help of neighborhood kids and new friends like The Champ, the Tinkerer, and the Wiz.
According to Raw Fury, Kingdom Eighties is our favourite type of game – a love letter to the days of summer camps, riding bikes, and sitting around in your pyjamas on a Saturday morning in front of the TV. And with the game launching on multiple platforms, players will be able to enjoy the nostalgic fun no matter their preferred system.
Key features when it does hit include:
- ● A Kingdom Game for All: Kingdom Eighties adds a new storytelling approach that builds on the series’ well-known mechanics. Recruit neighbourhood kids, assign them roles as builders or soldiers, and expand your territory while uncovering the secrets of your family lineage, the Greed, and the Crown of Creation.
- ● Stronger Together: You don’t have to ride alone in this story of four unlikely heroes and their friendship. The Champ, the Tinkerer and the Wiz will join your band and offer a variety of strategies to discover with their unique abilities.
- ● Hit the Streets in Style: Travel to new locations never before seen in a Kingdom game, crafted with the series’ distinctive pixel-art magic. Find fresh wheels at the skateboard park, visit the shops on Main Street, and free the New Lands Mall from the Greed.
Get ready to jump into the micro-strategy action later this year with Kingdom Eighties on Xbox Series X|S, PC, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. You’d do worse than hit up the trailer or wishlist it on Steam.
And if you can’t wait until release but need a ‘Kingdom’ fix, then get playing Kingdom Two Crowns right now.