The First Templar – Marie Trailer

With the launch of the upcoming action/adventure game The First Templar mere days away, Kalypso Media  released the third and final character video, which showcases the deadly combat skills of Marie d’Ibelin. In this video, Marie, a noblewoman wrongly imprisoned by the Inquisition as a heretic, shows off her acrobatic combat style and devastating ranged dagger attacks — providing an alternative solution to dispatching large groups of marauding enemies.

The First Templar is a cooperativeaction game for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC. The gameis set for release on both platforms on 6th May in the UK, and for more information, please visit www.thefirsttemplar-game.com.

In development by Haemimont Games,The First Templar is a co-operative action adventure game, set in a dark and gritty portrayal of the late 13th Century during the Crusade where old friends become enemies, corruption spreads throughout the Church and once noble knights oppress the weak and renounce their oaths.

Follow the path of two unlikely heroes on their search for the Holy Grail. The young French Templar Celian teams up with the noble lady and proclaimed heretic Marie to unveil a grand conspiracy within the Order of the Knights Templar. The heroes face powerful opponents at every turn including the Saracen, King Philip of France and the Holy Inquisition.

The First Templar offers a captivating campaign that can be enjoyed alone or cooperatively with a friend. When playing solo, the player can switch freely between the two characters, leaving the control of the second hero to the game’s AI. At any time, a second player may join in and take control of the second hero.

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