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Knights of Valour Releases in US



Munich, November 28th, in the year of our Lord 2017 – Arcade never dies! Today, publisher GAMESinFLAMES announced the US release of their game Knights of Valour, a side-scrolling, stage-based beat 'em up for up to four players by arcade game veterans International Games System Ltd. (IGS). The game was only available for European and Australian markets throughtout 2017. Now extended also to the US market, Knights of Valour is based on the popular arcade game, it is free to play and is accessible from the PlayStation Store. Its classic beat 'em up gameplay against dozens of enemies including mighty bosses offers a well-known and yet innovative game experience for everybody.

Players are able to select one of the different characters, each with unique traits to fit their individual playstyles. They also collect equipment and learn lots of new skills to enhance their characters' abilities and are even able to create customized skill combinations to design a unique serial attack. This allows for a huge variety of character and equipment combinations for both the single player and the online co-op gameplay for up to four players.

"We were happily overwhelmed by the requests from outside EU and Australia and decided to extend to the US as well," said Achim Kaspers, General Manager GAMESinFLAMES, "Knights of Valour combines the best of both worlds: the excitement of a traditional arcade beat 'em up, where you and up to three friends lay waste to hundreds of enemies in fast-paced battles, and a modern meta game where you unlock tons of different outfits, weapons and equipment."

Knights of Valour will be available exclusively for PlayStation®4 and will be available free of charge on the PlayStation store.

No word on a physical copy of this game on these systems at this time in the US. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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