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Post by Eorl @ 10:36am 18/12/12 | 0 Comments
It seems the joyous occasions many celebrate leading up to and on Christmas haven't stopped the battling forces of Lancaster and York, as Paradox Interactive has revealed new DLC for their first-person medieval game War of the Roses.

Titled "Winter has Arrived," the DLC includes new armor and weaponry, plus two brand new snow-covered maps based on the historic battles of Wakefield and Towton. The truly pious will also be able to wield the Dagger and Sword of Mary for Christ’s Mass, inspired by medieval depictions of the Virgin Mary, laden with holy symbols. The new weapons will be available for a discounted purchase on December 21st through to December 26th.

Paradox has revealed a trailer below for the chilly new content which you can check out below, plus a range of screenshots including weapons and artwork can be found at our game page. The Winter has Arrived DLC will be available on December 19th for PC.






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