Blowfish Studios' latest video game, Siegecraft Commander, is now available on a fairly wide selection of platforms.
The game tasks players with constructing a network of fortresses by launching buildings from catapults while attacking to topple enemy bases. The game supports cross-platform multiplayer for two to four players between PlayStation 4 and PC as well as Xbox One to PC. Players can also opt for a birds-eye view of the battlefield by using a VR headset with a traditional gamepad or VR-supplementing motion controllers.
"Siegecraft Commander invites fans of both turn-based battles and frantic skirmishes to enjoy a versatile strategy game designed for either preference," said Benjamin Lee, CEO, Blowfish Studios. "From support for different playstyles, cross-play, and traditional monitor or VR setups, Siegecraft Commander is an open invitation for anyone who loves strategy to craft a flawless battle plan, steady their aim, and take out their rivals."
Siegecraft Commander is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and HTC Vive. Blowfish says that a free update adding support for PlayStation VR as well as separate Oculus Rift and NVIDIA Shield 2 versions will arrive at a later date.