The Fertile Crescent gets a co-op in Horde Mode

The Knights of Unity is excited to announce that TFC: The Fertile Crescent has received its first major update since the game’s debut on Steam Early Access. This is the first milestone on the way to full release. Thanks to it, the community can now cooperate with each other in Horde Mode, fighting side by side against waves of enemies.

Cooperation has also been introduced to the Skirmish mode, enriched with many additional settings. Players can choose what rules they want to play in the match. Do they prefer to work with friends against AI? Maybe they prefer splitting up into teams or pure competition? Thanks to the latest update, everyone decides for themselves.

TFC Early Access Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74cfsbKMP10

In addition, TFC has been updated with many smaller features that will make the game even more enjoyable. The UI also got a few changes, thanks to which players have more control over resources, as well as the army. More information here.

Those interested in TFC: The Fertile Crescent should check the game’s Steam page; the game can be purchased for a suggested retail price of 14.99 USD. Information about TFC can be followed via Twitter and Facebook.

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