King’s Quest Chapter 3 Coming April 26

Posted on 15 Mar 2016 by
Simon Sirmenis

Sierra’s announced that its modern sequel to a classic game King’s Quest will be receiving Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb on 26th of April. Here you, as young Graham, will be playing through the adventure of rescuing your future Queen from the wicked witch and The Odd Gentlemen, the developers behind the new game, promise it will get complicated.

For few more details and some screenshots scroll down.

Official Press Release

London, UK. – 14th March, 2016 – Sierra™ has revealed that King’s Quest™ – Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb, the next instalment in the new King’s Quest, is expected to release worldwide on the 26th April on the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC via Steam.

King’s Quest – Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb is a romantic comedy adventure featuring a beloved character from the series’ classic beginnings: King Graham’s wife and Gwendolyn’s grandmother, Queen Valanice. Dedicated fans may think they know the legend of how Graham rescued his future bride from the wicked witch Hagatha’s tower but the truth behind the fairy-tale is much more complicated!

Developed by The Odd Gentlemen, the new King’s Quest returns to the classic spirit of wit and wonder that first launched this timeless adventure gaming franchise over 30 years ago. As an old King Graham looks back on a life of deeds and daring with his curious grandchild Gwendolyn, players will experience first-hand the most incredible untold stories of his long reign over five endearing chapters.

King’s Quest: The Complete Collection (a bundle* including all five chapters and a bonus playable story epilogue) and the King’s Quest Season Pass (a bundle* containing Chapters 2-5) are now available through the PlayStation®Store, Xbox Games Store and Steam. The previous tales – King’s Quest – Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember and King’s Quest – Chapter 2: Rubble Without a Cause – are also available to purchase individually.

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L Coulsen
Posted 18 Mar 2016, 09:05
Hasn't this been, like, universally slated?