Pricing for Crimson Alliance has been revealed, and it will run you $15 on XBLA if you want access to all three classes.
However, if you only want to play one class, a separate version of the game will be made available for $10. Not a bad idea actually.
“We wanted to provide more options when buying Crimson Alliance,” the game’s producer, Tom Potter, told Game Informer. “With the individual Class Packs, you experience the entire game as one class, at a lower price. So if you are the type of person that plays as a Wizard character in every game and no other, you have the option to buy just that character. On the other hand, if you want to play as all three characters, you have the All Class Pack option. Either way, you get the entire campaign and hours and hours of intense, action-RPG gameplay.”
Crimson Alliance is out in September 7.
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