As the video depicts, players begin with a single tower known as the Keep, the starting point for all attacks and exploration. Much like the goal of taking the opponent’s king in a game of chess, Siegecraft Commander’s objective is destroy your opponent’s Keep while protecting your own. If a player’s Keep is destroyed, the opposing player or A.I. controlled faction wins. Players will have the option of single-player which focuses on real-time play or PVP where you can choose tactical turn-based or action-packed RTS gameplay. Whats more Siegecraft Commander will offer cross-platform support, allowing windows and Xbox One gamers to face off against each other.
Siegecraft Commander is due for release in Q2 2016 for the Xbox One. Will this be on your list of games to try?