Critically acclaimed retro 2D side-scrolling platformer Mercenary Kings comes back with a vengeance in its reloaded edition to please all console owners
Montreal, Canada, February 6, 2018 – Montreal based independent game studio Tribute Games announced today that its fun side-scrolling old-school shooter-looter Mercenary Kings is out today in its extended definitive version for Xbox 1, Nintendo Switch, PSVita, PS4, and PC. Entitled Mercenary Kings Reloaded Edition, the game is now available across all platforms for $19.99 USD and features additional content and other minor improvements over the original release, which will be automatically updated at no cost for its current owners (PS4, PC).
The fight for Mandragora Island carries on in this reloaded edition of the frantic 2D action game! The battle against the fearsome forces of CLAW continues but now, two BRAND NEW playable recruits have joined the world’s most skilled team of warriors-for-hire! With robotic helper C-Zar and the Resistance’s most powerful fighter, Frigg, Commander Baron’s troops don’t stand a chance!
In this upgraded edition of Mercenary Kings, players can take the commands of a mecha-armor in a BRAND NEW Steel Soldier Mission! You can craft 20 NEW weapons! The Kings have never been more powerful!
Whether you head into a solo mission or gather your crew, the days of CLAW are numbered!
“We rejoice ourselves to finally release the reloaded edition of Mercenary Kings, which design was partly based on the community’s feedback. We are very grateful for the infatuation the fans have shown and wanted to thank them with this reloaded edition while at the same time making the game available to all platforms,” says Jean-Francois Major, co-founder at Tribute Games.
About Tribute Games Inc.
We’re an independent game studio located in Montreal making entertaining games with a focus on pixel art and classic game design (sometimes with a modern twist). We are tremendously passionate about our work and our inspirations are mostly games from the 8-bit and 16-bit era. Why? Because these are the games we love and still play today.