A PC version of Xbox 360 Kingdom Under Fire game Circle of Doom is in the pipeline, according to reports.
Hopefully wowing us with new capabilities and the flashiest ever graphics the Kingdom Under Fire series has sported, Circle of Doom will be a "totally different gaming experience", according to S.D. Kim, vice president of Blueside, which is handling the Xbox 360 version of the title. Korean developers Phantagram and Dragonfly are said to be whipping the PC version into shape.
Previous Kingdom Under Fire games have garnered praise for their combination of medieval-flavoured hack-n-slash and strategy action, but Circle of Doom is venturing into new territory as it boasts a completely different style of gameplay. Kim has said of the game previously that it "combines innovative action-play mechanics and familiar RPG themes" and, considering the title isn't actually a direct successor to previous KUF offerings The Crusaders and Heroes, it'll be interesting to see whether the change in tack will be showered with love by Kingdom Under Fire fans.
The PC version of Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom will apparently feature online play, but nothing else has been said about the game at this stage - we're guessing though that it'll be pretty much identical to the Xbox 360 outing. A release date for the PC version is yet to be announced.