Elven Legacy Trilogy Unfolds This Holiday Season

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Through the holiday season, Paradox Interactive will be releasing monthly expansion packs for its turned-based strategy RPG Elven Legacy, a DLC trilogy altogether amounting to 50 additional campaign missions and other new content for a total of $30.

The three expansions include Ranger, Siege and Magic. Ranger is first up in the trilogy, scheduled for release on October 20th and set to include 16 new campaign missions, two new heroes, and new artifacts and spells. Siege will come next on November 17th bearing 19 new campaign missions, unlockable bonus missions, three new heroes, and two armies. Then the trilogy will come to a close on December 1st with the release of Magic, which will come with 15 more campaign missions (and a hidden bonus mission), one new hero along with the return of some familiar heroic faces, new spells and artifacts, and “additional tactical possibilities” … whatever that means.

The Elven Legacy Trilogy will be released across all major digital download portals at $9.99 apiece. Direct2Drive also currently has the full base Elven Legacy available for only $5 as part of its 5th Anniversary celebration, so now’s the time to get it if you haven’t already.

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