Atlus, Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studios this morning released a new winter trailer for their anticipated console and PC RPG version of Game of Thrones. Along with the trailer comes word of an official new webiste (www.gameofthrones-thegame.com), and a selection of new screenshots of the game.
Based on George R. R. Martin’s best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire book and HBO television series, the game representation is looking quite authentic thus far, and is scheduled for an early 2012 Xbox 360, PS3 and PC release.
Game of Thrones winter trailer:
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Game of Thrones screens:
About the new Game of Thrones RPG trailer:
ATLUS, in collaboration with HBO and Cyanide Studios, today released a new video trailer and launched the official North American website for “Game of Thrones,” an upcoming RPG based on the internationally bestselling book series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin and critically acclaimed HBO television series, Game of Thrones. Launching worldwide in early 2012, the game will be available for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, and PC.
Narrated by Lord Commander Jeor Mormont of the Night’s Watch — voiced by series star James Cosmo, who also lent his likeness to the game — the new trailer (“The Wall”) introduces viewers to the bitter cold and solitude of the massive barrier of ice that stretches across the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms, protecting it from the wild lands beyond. Each member of the Night’s Watch, the order of black-garbed soldiers tasked with patrolling and guarding The Wall, must swear a solemn, life-long oath to the order, one punishable by death should it be broken. The trailer offers ample evidence of the game’s dedication to authenticity and to properly capturing the grit and drama the beloved fantasy series is famous for.
Also launching today is the full official North American website for “Game of Thrones,” which guides visitors through the key locations featured in the upcoming RPG. Guests can explore and discover key characters and events that will shape their journey, as well as learn about unique game features and more. Visitors can also choose to take on mini-quests to receive web-exclusive content. The website is a must-visit for series fans and gamers eager to experience the upcoming RPG, and will reward repeat visitors as it opens new location-based sections over time.
“Game of Thrones” is currently scheduled to release in early 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. For more information, visit http://gameofthrones-thegame.com. Expect frequent news updates, content additions, and more between now and the game’s release!