For The King's First Expansion Pack 'Lost Civilization' Out Today

The first expansion to For The King includes new Jungle Falls area and 2 new playable classes.

Published: February 10, 2021 1:34 PM /


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Developer IronOak Games and publisher Curve Digital has released the first expansion pack for For The King, which is called For The King: Lost Civilization Adventure Pack. It includes a new Jungle Falls area, 2 new playable classes, new weapons, new enemies, and more. Since its April 2018 launch on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game has seen over 3 million players, which makes this expansion/adventure pack thingy a no-brainer.

What's in Lost Civilization?

  • Jungle Falls is a new place for players to explore. It's a "dense wood" and has many dangers for players to tangle with.
  • The two new playable classes include the glory-seeking Gladiator and the Astronomer, who harnesses dark energy from the heavens.
  • Gladiator arenas will have players fighting waves of enemies before a cheering crowd.
  • Wands and dual-wielding are in the game, with over 90 new weapons available from 50 new enemies. These enemies range from the giant snakes to petrifying golems.

For The King: Lost Civilization Adventure Pack is out today on Windows 10 Store, Steam, and Epic Games Store for £4.99 / $5.99 / €5.99. It's currently 20% off on Steam until February 24, so you have lots of time to wait for reviews and see if this expansion is worth its $4.79 sale price. If you would like to find out more, check out Curve Digital's Twitter and website along with IronOak's Twitter. For everything else on For The King, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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