Prima Games’ Andrew Smith spent time with Chainsawesome Games‘ Knight Squad 2 and came away impressed with the low barrier of entry and exciting array of chaos in the upcoming 8-player dungeon brawler.
Admittedly, I was a little overwhelmed at first, just because there was so much going on. However, the more time I spent with Knight Squad 2, the more comfortable I felt. Further, with so many different game modes, it wasn’t hard to find one that I was familiar and comfortable with. For example, there is a soccer mode, a domination mode, and even a battle royale mode. So if you’ve played online games before, you’ll probably recognize one or more of these modes and will be able to jump right in.
Knight Squad 2 is set to bring chaos to PC and Xbox One (with Xbox Series X compatibility) in Q4 2020. For more information, please visit the official website, follow the game on Twitter, or join the team’s Discord.