The folks at TrustedReviews recently caught up with Stoic's Arnie Jorgensen and John Watson, chatting with the art director and tdirector about the impending release of The Banner Saga 2.In the two-part interview, they learn that pre-sales have exceeded the first title by a considerable margin and that the studio's long-term plans are to release The Banner Saga 3 along with a "Gold Edition" trilogy pack.
The game is available to pre-order now on Steam for £13.49, or in a Deluxe Edition containing the game's soundtrack for £17.
Stoic's Arnie Jorgensen and John Watson have been busy telling us all about their strategy/RPG follow-up The Banner Saga 2 recently, and that's led to a new Q&A on GameWatcher that focuses on the lessons they learned from the first title, their previous experience at BioWare, their plans to evolve the series into a trilogy, and more.Here's a little something on their financial situation:
Developer Stoic and publisher Versus Evil have sent out a press release to announce and arguably celebrate the launch of The Banner Saga 2, the sequel to the Kickstarter-funded turn-based RPG from 2014.The title is available on Steam and the Humble Store (which still nets you a Steam key) and a few other online stores, for $19.
The Banner Saga 2 saw its release on the PC recently, but now the game is set to be making its debut on consoles this Summer.Developer Stoic has revealed that the game will be making its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this July, with all save information and choices carrying over from the first game.
Since 2014 The Banner Saga has brought us some of the very best examples of videogames as an art form.They took us through a fantasy tale inspired by the Viking mythology, a story that was affected by our own decisions.