It's the MMO that's taken six years build and it's nearly here for PC and PS4. It's Kingdom Under Fire 2.
Did you spot it on stage at Sony's E3 press conference? Of course you didn't. It was in the free-to-play reel. But there's a lot to this game - much more than a business model.
South Korean developer Blueside recorded 11 minutes of exclusive gameplay footage, taken from the South East Asian beta, for Eurogamer. I talk Wesley Yin-Poole through it, adding what I know about the series, in the video below. It shows three players and their armies taking on a level 28 raid. They die a few times - this obviously isn't easy stuff.
A troubled place but at least it's always hot.
Strategical online fantasy warmongering game Kingdom Under Fire 2 has resurfaced as a PlayStation 4 and PC game, and is due, finally, next year.
Online fantasy role-player struts its stuff.
Berserker, Spellsword, Gunslinger.
The first three player classes of PC and PS3 MMO Kingdom Under Fire II have been revealed.
A third new class ready for launch.
Another new class revealed.
Having criticised the red tape of Xbox Live, Blueside has said it is also making a PS3 version of Kingdom Under Fire II.
MMO Kingdom Under Fire II works on Xbox 360 but still won't be released until - at the earliest - Christmas 2011, Eurogamer can reveal.
Korean developer Blueside has confirmed that its action strategy sequel, Kingdom Under Fire II, will get an Xbox 360 version in the second half of 2010.
Korean developer Blueside is teaming up with Phantagram to create a Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders sequel.
It will take the series back to its tactical roots after upcoming action RPG spin-off Circle of Doom, and will be a self-confessed pioneer of the MMOARTS genre (massively multiplayer online action real-time strategy).
This, ambitiously, means you and thousands of others can siege castles and wage war online, as any one of three factions: Human Alliance, Dark Kingdom and mysterious new addition.