Chivalry: Medieval Warfare could be seeing a Linux and Mac port soon

Chivalry Medieval Warfare could be seeing a Linux and Mac port soon

Torn Banner’s #melee-heavy Chivalry: Medieval Warfare passed two million units sold in July 2014, which isn’t bad for a #game that started life as a #HalfLife2 total conversion mod. Back in 2007, Age of Chivalry thrust pikes, clubs and bows into the hands of its Middle Ages warriors, and its first-person, close-combat multiplayer proved a hit. Realizing it was onto a winner, Torn Banner Studios followed it up with the Unreal Engine-based Chivalry: Medieval Warfare which, following a successful $86,000 Kickstarter campaign, making its debut on Steam in 2012.

Even though PS3 and Xbox 360 looks like they will  be able to jump into the carnage later this year, onsoles may not be the only platforms welcoming the game in the near future. Torn Banner seemingly teasing Linux and Mac ports “soon.” That or penguin paladin DLC.

Also, head below the break for a rather brutal new trailer. Which has nothing to do with Linux or Mac, it’s just funny.

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