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SpellForce 2: Faith In Destiny – The Golden Fool

Posted by GG Goblin On January - 21 - 2013

Friday evening saw the second DLC for Nordic Games’ SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny launch on Steam, priced at £3.49.

Set before SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny, The Golden Fool remains true to the RPG and RTS genre. Delving deeper into the SpellForce world, the DLC explores the story of the game of stones, Drakkar.

In the second of three DLC’s, players can now join in the bitter battle as Carla, one of the non-playable characters from the main game with the aim to win back the legendary “Golden Fool” stone. The stone, of which there is only one in existence, defeats every other stone and ensures the holder will forever be the Drakkar champion.

“Each DLC offers players a different twist on the tale through elaborating on the backgrounds of those characters that are non-playable in the main game,” said Gennaro Giani, Localization and Production Manager at Nordic Games. “We’ve packed The Golden Fool with challenging puzzles and tricky situations that will flummox even the most experienced of puzzle solvers.

Set in the Tuscari Desert, the game has a genuine SpellForce feel where the thirst for power is now greater than ever. The Golden Fool is the most precious stone in Amun Kar’s game of stones where players must risk everything to regain it along with Carla’s reputation as the game of stones champion.

SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny was released for PC in June. Joining forces with a group of diverse heroes and a dragon as trustful companions, players fight to gain information about this mysterious new enemy and thereby discover their own true destiny. Players assume the role of a young man who is supposed to release the entire world of Eo from the threat of a new and nameless evil.

The Golden Fool is the second SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny DLC to be released. It can be purchased with a Season Pass along with Flink’s Secret Diary and another title which is soon to be announced for £8.99 or each scenario can be purchased individually priced £3.49 today.





1 Response so far
  1. Will J. Hoffman Said,

    No idea if gameplay will change but from the sound of it, probably not unless it has to do with something a lot of players asked for. However, I’d have thought such changes would be more additional features than completely rewriting game code, especially if it’s to accomodate the crowd who were essentially doing what similar crowds do on every other game with a sequel – complaining it’s not what they were used to. Meanwhile, plenty were satisfied and yes, some even preferred the new way so it’d be a risk to revert something only to discover those who preferred it were a silent majority after all. Besides, this is an addon and not another sequel so it doesn’t seem likely, IMO, that they’d change SF2 gameplay too much. But, who knows. A few months is not so long a wait to find out and it could be sooner if/when they decide release more info.

    Posted on January 21st, 2013 at 3:59 pm

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