Landfall has surprisingly released a Knightfall update that adds four new guns, five enchantments, and the ability to host private games.
Work to Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is coming to an end while Landfall works on new projects, and one of those projects was dropped out of nowhere on Steam: Knightfall: A Daring Journey is a delightfully odd game where you race around as knights with guns. This was a side project of sorts that wasn't likely to get an update, but it seems like the devs have changed their minds.
What's New in Knightfall Update 1?
Knightfall Update 1 adds a fair amount of content to the game as explained in the update video above. This content includes new weapons, new enchantments, and a lot more.
Let's start with the new guns added today:
- Garand - Similar to the revolver, but it can hold more bullets, bullets travel faster, and it has a faster firing rate.
- AK - Similar to the Glock, but has quicker bullets and different accuracy and fire rate.
- Gunslinger Revolver - A "slightly weaker" revolver that lets you shoot as fast as you'd like and holds one extra bullet.
- Bow - The highest damage weapon, but is much more difficult to handle.
This new Knightfall Update also adds five enchantments for guns:
- Overcharge - Your bullets fly faster.
- Vampirism - Steal life from enemies when you damage them.
- Toxicity - Makes your bullets poisonous, but you cannot reduce an enemy below 1 HP.
- Energize - Makes you move faster.
- Explosive - Bullets explode on impact, but they fly much slower.
This update also adds three bomb enchantments, the ability to host private games, and a new cap of 24 players per match; you can read about all of the changes in the full Knightfall Update 1 patch notes. If you missed your chance to get this game for free, you can buy Knightfall for PC via Steam at the price of $5.99 or your regional equivalent.