Kingdom Under Fire II ‘Gunslinger’ class trailer, opening movie, and screenshots

Locked, loaded, and ready to rain death upon his enemies.

Kingdom Under Fire II

Publisher Gameforge and developer Blueside have released a new set of trailers for Kingdom Under Fire II introducing the Gunslinger, one of five character classes featured in the game.

Here is an overview of the Gunslinger, via Gameforge:

Up close or from a distance, the Gunslinger is locked, loaded, and ready to rain death down upon all who oppose him!

The Gunslinger prefers to fight at the forefront and immediately lock horns with the enemy, usually being among the first to break their lines. A versatile human combatant, the Gunslinger effortlessly switches between a sword and two pistols, utilizing an array of combos to attack both individual targets and unleash area of effect attacks. But he always has to keep his ammunition in check, a resource which can be replenished by stringing together sword combos.

Mistrusted for the simple crime of hailing from Brimstone, a village of refugees … deliberately ordered on a suicidal mission during which his troops were overwhelmed and his men slaughtered … his request for leniency fell on deaf ears and he was expelled from the army. Seeking to avenge the deaths of his men, and save his own skin, the Gunslinger found refuge in Azilia. In this place of opportunity, he became a mercenary and joined the Azilia Knights.

If you missed it, previous media introduced the Spellsword class.

Kingdom Under Fire II is due out for PC in North America and Europe through multiple digital platforms in November. Pre-orders are currently available via the game’s official website.

Watch the trailers below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

Gunslinger Character Spotlight

Gunslinger Opening

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