Torn Banner Studios is an independent video game developer based in Toronto, Canada responsible for creating the award-winning multiplayer hit, Chivalry 2, the sequel to the genre-defining medieval first-person slasher, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. Since Chivalry 2 first launched worldwide in 2021, Torn Banner Studios has released numerous and significant content updates for its growing community, introducing brand-new 64-player Team Objective maps, game modes, weapons, quality of life updates, and more with support from publisher Tripwire Presents and global retail publisher Deep Silver.
Chivalry 2 will be free to download and play this weekend on the Epic Games Store. To celebrate, players can also look forward to a 33% slash to the base game’s retail price of $39.99 and Special Edition retail price of $49.99, providing gamers with a sizable discount if they purchase Chivalry 2 during the promotional period.
The free weekend follows the recent launch of the Chivalry 2: House Aberfell update, which introduced The Raid of Aberfell, a new, 64-player Team Objective map, complete with new playable Druids, the Highland Sword weapon, and a variety of new gameplay mechanics, including pig stealing, and even… weaponized BEES! Chivalry 2 has received wide praise from players and critics alike, including awards for Best Multiplayer Game of 2021 from PC Gamer and Windows Central, one of the Top Games of the Year from ComicBook.com, and many more that are all highlighted in the recent awards trailer.
Head to the Epic Games Store today to download and play Chivalry 2 for free and join over 1 million players worldwide in the ultimate medieval battlefield.
Chivalry 2 has an MSRP of $39.99 / €39.99 / £34.99 MSRP for the Standard Edition or $49.99 / €49.99 / £44.99 for the Special Edition, with an ESRB rating of M for Mature and a PEGI 18 rating.
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