What looks likely to be one of the best games of the year, Conquest: Last Argument of Kings from Para Bellum Wargames has just had its release date pushed back.
Recently the company announced on their official Facbook page that the fantasy combat game would no long make its scheduled June 21st release date and would be pushed back into early July 2019.
From the Facebook announcement
Ladies and gentlemen,
We have received some awaited confirmations and we must, very begrudgingly, enforce a couple of weeks delay to our launch. In order to be fair we will be coordinating our release for Friday, July 5th
Trying to be as open with you as we have been since day one, logistics encountered some hiccups and took longer than anticipated. In order to have a coordinated release in the EU and the US, we will need a bit more time. Otherwise some countries would be enjoying our product and the rest would be scratching their heads, even on the same continent.
We understand this may frustrate or sadden some of you and for that we are sorry. We were so close we could smell it… unfortunately so could Murphy’s dog. Who got chased by Murphy, who then found us… and the rest is history.
While it does not make up for this delay, we will have the fully updated Rules of Engagement, including the Spires and Hundred Kingdoms army list, on our website on the 21st, as originally planned.
Sadly these things do happen in the industry and hopefully Para Bellum will manage to get the game out very soon.
In the meantime you can check out some awesome coverage of the game from our good friends over at Beasts of War from UK Games Expo 2019 and I am sure that you will agree it will be worth the wait! Also check out the official Para Bellum Wargames website HERE!
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