Paradox Interactive presents a busy 12 months

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 22 June 2011 23:35 GMT

PC and strategy specialist Paradox Interactive has published its release schedule for the next twelve months, showing a strong line-up.

September is looking particularly strong with Sengoku, King Arthur II, Defenders of Ardania, and a Hearts of Iron card game spin off.

The first quarter of next year is also looking pretty jam-packed.

You can see the full schedule below, courtesy of the Paradox Plaza press site.

June

  • 21 – Magicka PVP (free DLC)
  • 28 – Hearts of Iron III: For the Motherland (digital download expansion)

July

  • 19 – Supreme Ruler Cold War

August

  • 2 – Pirates of Black Cove
  • 16 – Sword of the Stars II: Lords of Winter
  • TBC – King Arthur: Fallen Champions

September

  • 13 – Sengoku September 13th
  • 20 – King Arthur II
  • 27 – Defenders of Ardania (PC, iPad, PS3, Xbox)
  • TBC – Hearts of Iron The Card Game (online)

November

  • 15 – Hearts of Iron III Collection
  • TBC – Gettysburg: Armored Warfare (online) TBC

2012

  • January 17 – Crusader Kings II
  • Q1 – Naval War: Arctic Circle
  • Q1 – Magna Mundi: An EU Game
  • Q1 – Mount & Blade Collection
  • Q1 – Victoria II: A House Divided (digital download expansion)
  • Q2 – Salem (online)

Thanks, NeoCrisis.

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