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Camelot Unchained Opens International Launch Site

Posted Thu, Mar 07, 2013 by Martuk

Camelot Unchained is scheduled to hit Kickstarter later this month and City State Entertainment isn’t wasting any time in gaining International support for the RvR-based MMORPG. According to a new press release, Mark Jacobs’ City State Entertainment studio has partnered with publisher CuriousFactory, who recently opened the launch site for Camelot Unchained in Japanese, German, French and Korean.

Visit the International Camelot Unchained website for more.


The International launch site for MMORPG “Camelot Unchained” is now open


The globally anticipated RvR (Realm vs Realm®) MMORPG is finally coming to Kickstarter this month.

March 7, 2013, Virginia – United States:  Indie game developer City State Entertainment announces that, via its foreign publishing partner CuriousFactory, it has opened the launch site for its game project “Camelot Unchained” in Japanese, German, French and Korean.

City State Entertainment will develop “Camelot Unchained”, which is a working title for the final game.  The studio was founded in March 2011 and led by Mark Jacobs, the former founder and visionary of Mythic Entertainment®, developers of one of the most successful and beloved MMORPGs of all time,   Dark Age of Camelot®.

Camelot Unchained” is a game that pits players against one another in a Realm vs Realm® context. It is a departure from the concept of paid-for items and leveling that have become a staple of MMORPG culture these days, instead aiming to return to the “good old days” of MMORPG gaming.  At the same time, the game aims to incorporate innovative components such as crafting and housing, which are fully integrated into RvR-theme of the game.

In order to bring this project to fruition, City State Entertainment will be launching a Kickstarter campaign (www.kickstarter.com) in March 2013 –  seeking to generate global support. Updates will be published in newsletters (you can register for these at http://www.cf-publishing.com/camelotunchained/), on Facebook and via Twitter. City State Entertainment also has a partnership with CuriousFactory for foreign promotions.

Official Camelot Unchained Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CamelotUnchained

Camelot Unchained and City State Entertainmentare registered trademarks of City State Entertainment. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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About Camelot Unchained
Camelot Unchained (working title) is a Realm vs Realm® oriented MMORPG developed by City State Entertainment in cooperation with Mark Jacobs. It will be presented on crowd funding platform Kickstarter in March 20013.
http://www.camelotunchained.com

About City State Entertainment
City State Entertainment is a game development studio located in Fairfax, Virginia. It was founded in 2011 by Mark Jacobs (The founder of Mythic Entertainment®, developer of Dark Age of Camelot®) and veteran programmer and fellow Mythic alumni Andrew Meggs.
http://www.citystateentertainment.com

About CuriousFactory
CuriousFactory offers support for developers who want to challenge the world with their innovative ideas, specializing in crowd funding. CuriousFactory also provides marketing, PR and community management and localization support for clients who want to take their crowdfunding project global.
http://www.cf-publishing.com/

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