Koch Media has told Eurogamer it is excited about bringing new titles Sacred 2: Fallen Angel and Warhammer: Battle March to Xbox 360.

It was given the go ahead to publish games for the console yesterday, but says this is just the start of its next generation plans.

"This is an extremely exciting period for Koch Media to be penetrating the Xbox 360 market with such high calibre titles such as Sacred 2 and Warhammer," enthused Stefano Petrullo, PR manager for Koch Media. "This is only the beginning of an extremely impressive line-up of quality products on next generation consoles."

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is an action role-playing game that impressed us with its beautiful graphics and compelling gameplay when we saw it earlier this month. Pop over to our preview to find out why it is streets ahead of its PC-bound predecessor.

Warhammer: Battle March, on the other hand, is an expansion to real-time strategy outing Mark of Chaos. Inside are new units, online options, and a fresh chapter added to the single-player campaign.

Both are due out sometime next year, with formal date announcements expected soon.

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