Looking back at King Arthur II: The Role-Playing Wargame (Part 2)

Of course, you can’t always solve the problem with a peaceful solution. It is quite special that with low difficulty battles, players can use the auto-battle function to free their hands to do other things, however, to preserve the number of troops, you should manually adjust the his army because they will all fight to the death. However, the battle system of King Arthur II is not entirely creative because you will find a few elements that have appeared in Total War before. For example, there are some types of attacks that will disable flying units, or you can use a variety of spells to slow down the enemy. In addition, occupying positions on the map also gives bonus points to the player.

As mentioned above, each turn is a season of the year, so after 3 moves you will enter the winter. Although you can’t move freely around the map anymore, that doesn’t mean you have nothing to do. Instead, this will be the time for you to access the skill trees in King Arthur II. Each unit will gain some experience from previous battles, and these can be used to upgrade various elements such as HP and damage, which will greatly increase the importance of the troops and make you think quite carefully before sending troops to battle. In addition, players can research a large number of technical technologies and improvements from captured cities.

Although there are quite a lot of interesting things in this debut, but in general, King Arthur II also encountered many obstacles, which first need to mention that the strategy genre is often quite picky about players, in addition to that. is a mission system with all words that will make many people, especially those who are new to this genre feel bored. Not to mention what makes players “sleepy” in the game anymore is the winter time, because you will have to sit and observe parts of the kingdom and click multiple times to perform the upgrade.