"Banner Of The Maid" Is Getting An English Release In February

CE-Asia and Azure Flame Studio announced today that an English version of the RPG Banner Of The Maid will be released in February. The game mixes traditional RPG elements with turn-based strategy, set in France during the French Revolution, playing as the young officer Pauline Bonaparte. You get a mix of story and combat as you navigate both the political waters and the battlefields. The game got some decent acclaim when it was released last May, and now we get to try it in the west. Enjoy the trailer below as the game will be released on February 14th, 2020 for PC.

"Banner Of The Maid" Is Getting An English Release In February
Credit: CE-Asia

In Banner Of The Maid you will command the most iconic troops from the Revolution era in deep-turn based strategy combats with dynamic environments — more than 30 different terrains, including cities, plains, snowy mountains, etc. with environmental changes like snow or fog which will force you to be constantly on your toes, adapting your strategy to every situation. Your generals, over 30 fascinating characters including historical figures like Desaix, Murat and Lannes among others, will all have different backgrounds and skills that can be trained and improved with experience– but you will have to talk to them to discover their stories, gain their trust and understand their hearts if you want them to reach their true potential. You will also take part in challenges and quests to gain political favor, funds to improve your weaponry and supplies – but be careful, for your actions may tip the balance of power in Paris…

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