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Back to News Listing Qvadriga gets Release Date and Box Art

Posted: Thursday, February 27, 2014 by Bart Schouten

Type: News

Qvadriga is coming to you on the 4th of March!

Starting the 4th of March, players will be able to whip their horses in Qvadriga, the strategy game on Roman chariot racing.

We are also happy to share with you the box art we just got in for Qvadriga, our upcoming game on ancient chariot racing. In order to create this beautiful work of art, we got the honor of working with the famous artist Mark Churms, who is well known for his paintings of engaging historic sceneries. We are very happy with the result and we hope you will like it as well.  

 

 

 

Qvadriga is an action-packed strategy game on ancient Roman chariot racing where the player has to think ahead and make the right choices in order to outsmart (or simply kill) his rivals. The game will feature both quick single races as well as a full non-linear campaign where the player has to manage his own team.

Earlier, we posted a short AAR on Qvadriga.

Click here for the Qvadriga product page.

Qvadriga is currently in beta and is due to release in March. 

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