Magic takes time: Console launch for Spellforce III delayed to June

Magic takes time: Console launch for Spellforce III delayed to June

Resurgent PC RTS/RPG hybrid Spellforce III is still very much coming to consoles, but it’s going to take a little longer to get it there.

Casting a spell

Spellforce III is one part role-playing game, and one part old school(ish) RTS. While the original game saw release in 2017, a “Reforced” edition updated the game for more modern audiences this past December. But while the PC version launched (relatively on time, the console port was delayed until this March. Unfortunately though, that original delay was still not quite going to cut it.

Grimlore Games says that it’s not gotten the game to where it should be yet for the set-tops. So with that in mind, the developer will be nudging the game back again, this time to June 7th.

Along with the base Spellforce III Reforced game, the 7th will also see the console release of the 2 expansion packs. And if you want the whole bundle, a Complete Edition will also be out that ties everything up.

On June 7, 2022 SpellForce III Reforced will be playable on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One™ as well as PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series S/X™ at an SRP of $39.99/€39.99/£34.99. In addition to the SpellForce III Reforced base game, both expansions will also be available on June 7, 2022. “Soul Harvest” and “Fallen God” will each be sold separately at an SRP of $19.99/€19.99. Both expansions feature their own single-player campaign with 30+ hours of gameplay, as well as new units and more. The whole package, called SpellForce III Reforced Complete Edition, is also available at an SRP of $59.99/€59.99.

Grimlore Games press release

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