Excalibur announced

Australian game developer Auran reveals its third-person action game set in a medieval fantasy world. New screens and video inside.

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Australia-based Auran, the studio that created Dark Reign, has announced its upcoming third-person action game, Excalibur. The game is set in a medieval fantasy world split into three main realms: Albion, Poisoned Camelot, and Avalon. It features ranged, melee, and magical combat, and it includes a wide range of medieval weapons, such as swords, maces, axes, longbows, and crossbows, as well as a number of magical spells. Players will be able to follow the game's single-player storyline or engage in head-to-head combat in multiplayer mode over the Internet. Excalibur will also include elements of siege warfare, such as catapults, battering rams, and cauldrons of boiling oil.

For more information, watch the movie linked below and visit the official Excalibur Web site.

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