Following a successful showing at Gamescom in Germany, UK-based Excalibur Games shared on their blog their plans for the future.
First on their docket is the announcement of a simulator game that they have been teasing on Youtube recently. The company made a YouTube playlist containing three videos, with each video counting down the days until the reveal. The revelation is scheduled for August 31.
September is also a busy month for Excalibur games. “Jalopy” is getting a full release next month after continuously receiving updates since April of last year. Meanwhile, their fantasy management game “Shoppe Keep” will land on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime next month. It originally released for the PC back in May of last year.
Adding on to their list for September is the chapter two release for “Dad Quest.” This chapter will focus on everyone’s favorite topics – credit scores and personal finances. And last but not the least, “Tracks – The Train Set Game” is due for Early Access release on Sept 28. A trailer for the game detailing the game’s main objective is coming soon.
Excalibur Games also briefly mentioned “Floatlands,” an exploration, survival-based game by Team Floatlands. Perhaps they will share more details next month when they attend EGX in Birmingham, England.