By Jim Rossignol on September 29th, 2009 at 8:50 pm.
A cryptic triptych of expansions has been announced for Paradox’s shiny fantasy strategy, Elven Legacy. Cleverly, they’ll be known as “the Elven Legacy Trilogy” and be released over the coming three months. They will cost $10 each via digital download magicks. Ranger, the first expansion, is due on October 20th and will feature 16 new campaign missions. Siege follows on November 17th and will contain 19 new campaign missions, and the arc concludes on December 1st with comprise of 15 new mission campaigns. They all include new items for hero characters, new units, and all that jazz. Seems like a bit of an expansion overload to me. Can there possibly be that much demand for more strategic fantasy happenings?