A few weeks ago announced Chivalry 2, sequel to one of the most popular medieval combat games on Steam. Although it could have been taken for granted that the game would have a good reception, because of this commitment to Epic Games Store that lasts for a year.
Torn Banner Studios, the team in command, have issued a publication on the official website of the game to cover this and other topics of interest to fans. Interestingly, the study claims to have evidence that the controversial platform will have improved substantially by the time Chivalry 2 is published.
That store should simply improve, and we believe it will do so ” We would never consider publishing [Chivalry 2] in Epic Games Store if we thought that the store was something remotely similar to today’s version ” says the statement ” That store should simply improve, and we think it will do it ”
” We have a lot of information that the public does not have much of the future plans of Epic Games Store as of Chivalry 2. But the things we wanted to emphasize are: The decision was to make the best possible game. Epic has made great support and commitment after the game and lets take things to a new level that would not be possible without this agreement […] We know that the general response of the community of players to this early store has been negative , but our history of working with them as partners of Unreal Engine 4 makes us trust that the Epic Games Store in which we will be much better compared to what it is today.
Chivalry 2 will be available in EGS at some unspecified point in 2020. One year later, it will be possible to play on other platforms such as Steam. Currently, the Epic store has a roadmap with promising features on the way to the coming months, something you’ll need to meet to improve its popularity among dedicated players.