King's Bounty: Crossworlds

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King’s Bounty: Crossworlds is the expansion for the famous King's Bounty: Armored Princess role-playing game. The new release in the series will include the “Orcs on the March” expansion, the two new independent campaigns “Champion of the Arena” and “Defender of the Crown” and a convenient editor with help system. This editor will allow you to create additional content for the game and alter it in any way you wish.

Key Features:

  • 2 brand new campaigns (Champion of the Arena with boss battles in a gladiatorial tournament and Defender of the Crown with battles in unique tactical arenas with a random selection of enemies and allies)

  • Orcs on the March – extensive update to the original King’s Bounty: Armored Princess

  • New creatures to slay or use in combat

  • 70 new items, 8 new item sets, including one for the pet dragon and 3 component artifacts.

  • 7 new quests allow players to continue their journey

  • 50 new abilities and skills

  • 13 new spells

Customer reviews


Excellent expansion for long hours of gaming.

michalmichal | Nov. 7, 2013 | See all michalmichal's reviews »

The King's Bounty series used to be a worthy rival for the Heroes of Might and Magic games, and even now after release of HoMM 5 and 6, the games still remain excellent choices in their genre. The Crossworlds expansion is an expansion to the Armoured Princess game. It includes the excellent and widely praised Orcs on the March expansion, plus two new campaigns. They all add new items, new creatures, new enemies, and new quests to pursue. This expansion alone will guarantee dozens of hours of excellent gaming time. So good that I didn't even get to purchase the Warriors of the North expansion, so you can see how good time I am having with this one.


For fans and new to the series

Demilisz | Oct. 30, 2013 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

Crossworlds is a true expansion, it makes Armored Princess bigger. Most thing remains the same: dragon is still here, pegasus is still here, gameplay mechanic is the same: explore, hire, fight and level up. Now if someone already finished Armored Princess he still can start a new game and find some new thing, the new side story about Orcs being the most notable. Other than that it's pretty much the same but bigger - and so the new gamers that never played Armored Princess should buy Crossworlds right away and don't bother with base game.