For the King is a fantasy RPG with surprising legs. Originally released in 2018, IronOak Games' impressive tabletop-inspired project has received over 12,000 reviews on Steam with an average Very Positive impression. Considering players' response to it, it's no surprise then that IronOak is building on For the King's success before moving to an entirely new project. IronOak has now confirmed the release of For The King's first Adventure Pack, Lost Civilization.
Lost Civilization can be looked at as a traditional video game expansion or DLC, but Lost Oak is treating it like a For the King boardgame addition, similar to a book in a Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Buying Lost Civilization will get players two new characters/classes in the Gladiator and Astronomer. New weapons and loot, as well as a battalion of 50 new enemies, have also been added. And, of course, there's also a new explorable jungle to adventure through, too.
Best of all, Lost Civilization is available to download for For the King right now. It's purchasable across several PC storefronts, including Steam, the Epic Games Store, and the Windows 10 store. The retail price for the DLC is $5.99, but for the first week of availability, it's being discounted 20% down to $4.79.
Epic Games Store users will recall that For the King was recently offered for free as part of the platform's weekly free games. The timing of that makes a lot more sense now that Lost Civilization has been launched. IronOak's RPG is now in the hands of millions of players, many of whom may have finished the game and are looking for new content. What a coincidence, the Lost Civilization adventure pack is available now just for them.
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