Oasis Game's free-to-play tactical combat game, Tiger Knight: Empire War is now available to play via Steam. The game officially entered early access earlier this week and can be played for free -- although there is DLC available in the form of two content packs. Early access includes the Three Kingdoms and Rome.
Tiger Knight offers players the chance to command troops in all-out warfare, or take on their enemies themselves. To offer a more realistic experience, the developers have designed over 400 weapons, 400 armor types, and 75 arm types -- allowing for greater character customization. Players will also be able to take part in mounted combat.
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