Chivalry [Medieval Warfare] isn't dead, it's coming to consoles

Has sold 2 million copies.

First-person melee combat game Chivalry: Medieval Warfare has been picked up by Activision for a PS3 and Xbox 360 release later this year.

Torn Banner Studios' 12-player competitive brawler originally launched on PC in November 2012 and it's gone on to sell 2 million copies since. It also spawned this hilarious low-gravity mod.

"If I call Chivalry shambolic, it's going to sound bad. But participating in a shambles with a heavy weapon is, it turns out, tremendous fun," wrote Eurogamer contributor Richard Stanton in his Chivalry review. "This game's bookish title is a mere façade behind which lies naught but foul-mouthed war cries, gruesome blows and comic death. Try to imagine 'Monty Python's Knightly Deathmatch' and you're more than halfway there."

It remains unlikely that Chivalry's console port will contain this amazing fan-made mod.

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