King Arthur II The Role-Playing Wargame was released four days ago, on 28 January, a RTS-RPG video game.
RTS-RPG, some players will think that it is a video game very similar with Warcraft 3 for example, but King Arthur II The Role-Playing Wargame is more like Heroes except that it doesn’t have the TBS (turn-bases strategy) elements.
The player will have to control a character, visit certain NPCs from the map, talk to them, engage into battles. The battles will be similar to those from Shogun Total War, massive battles, strategic, with many units to control.
Since the game was released a few days ago, the game has many bugs that are making it unplayable. Almost all the players complained that there is no mouse cursor when starting the game, in the menu and neither in-game.
A simple fix to get into the game and see what King Arthur II The Role-Playing Wargame is about is to use the ALT+TAB Windows command. The default Windows cursor will appear.
This will not be enough to play the game though as once being in-game, the cursor will disappear every few seconds and the ALT+TAB trick won’t work anymore.
Another important issue is that players are getting stuck at loading screen or when the first cinematic videos will show up. There will be three dialog options. Since the mouse cursor will disappear, the player will have to ALT+TAB and select an option in order to continue.
So far there is no patch fix but since the game was released three days ago, NEOCORE GAMES (the developers) will surely release a fix for these issues very soon.
The best way to check if and when the patch will be released is to check the official Facebook page for this game, facebook.com/KingArthurGame or just keep an eye on Steam, if an auto-update will happen.
Dual core processor at 2,4 GHz, Intel, 2 gigabytes RAM memory, at least an ATI Radeon HD 5830 or a GeForce GTX 460 SE.
After the installation process, King Arthur II The Role-Playing Wargame will require three more features, DirectX 9.0c, Nvidia PhysX or VC redist x86 SP1 . Do not install these options as they are most likely already installed on your PC.