For The King II is a turn-based roguelike tabletop RPG sequel coming soon to PC in 2023, Curve Games announced Tuesday.
The announcement was made complete with a trailer showing off the game's setting and atmosphere, as well as revealing that game is now available to be added to wishlists on Steam.
Spearheaded by the efforts of developer IronOak Games and publisher Curve Games, For The King II looks to build on the popular 2018 title’s blend of strategy, RPG combat, and roguelike elements to create an epic new experience that is capable of supporting local and online four-player co-op.
With a vast number of character and item combinations, as well as procedurally generated maps, quests, loot, and events, players must risk the threat of treason and band together with fellow outlaws to bring an end to the Queen’s oppressive reign in the world of Fahrul.
Compared to the original, For The King II notably has an updated art style that seemingly does differ a bit from the former's low-poly look.
Additionally, For The King II is said to offer a whole host of new biomes to explore, a brand-new original soundtrack, and a greater focus on strategic decision-making and class, armor, and weapon customization.
For The King, the debut title from IronOak Games, was initially released on Steam in 2018 before coming to Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Epic Games Store and selling over three million units to date.
Similarly, although For The King II is only set to be coming to Steam at the moment, the IronOak Games Twitter has added that it is "committed to bringing FTK2 to console in the shortest period of time from launch."