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Feb
15
2013

SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny releases third DLC, titled The Last Stand

Nordic Games is pleased to announce The Last Stand DLC from SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny is available to purchase today on Steam.

The Last Stand is the third DLC to be released for the fantasy RPG, set in the dangerous world of Dun Mora where The Nameless has launched a ferocious attack against the elves and Queen Sansha. Players must assume the role of Caine and use their tactical skills to help defend the precious land.

Dun Mora has become too dangerous for Professor Twiddle to journey through carrying parts of the Twiddlium Compensator. Leaving the parts with Queen Sansha to look after, the attacks become more frequent and are taking on a new dimension that players will need to battle through.

To download The Last Stand for only $3.99/€3.99/£3.49 visit Steam starting today:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/226390/?snr=1_7_15__13

“The SpellForce DLCs are great value for money adding over 12 hours of genuine SpellForce gameplay all for under $10/€10/£10 with a Season Pass,” said Gennaro “Genna” Giani, Localization and Production Manager at Nordic Games. “Listening to what the fans want is very important to us. Each DLC that has been released has taken on board the feedback we’ve received to create extra content that we know players will enjoy.”

SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny was released in June 2012 for PC. Joining forces with a group of diverse heroes and a dragon as trustful companions, players fight to gain information about this mysterious new enemy and thereby discover their own true destiny. Players assume the role of a young man who is supposed to release the entire world of Eo from the threat of a new and nameless evil.

The Last Stand is available to purchase from Steam today priced $3.99/€3.99/£3.49 or it can be purchased with a Season Pass priced $9.99/€9.99/£8.99, which also includes Flink’s Diary and the Golden Fool.

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