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In times of war and chaos you will assume the role of a young man, who is supposed to liberate the entire world of Eo from the new, nameless evil. Along with a group of diverse heroes and a dragon as trustful companions, you will fight to gain information about this mysterious new enemy and thereby discover your own true destiny.
Release Date: Jun 19, 2012
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Includes 9 items: SpellForce - Platinum Edition, SpellForce 2: Gold Edition, SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny, SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny - Digital Extras, SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 1: Flink's Secret Diary , SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 2: The Golden Fool , SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 3: The Last Stand, SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past, SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past - Soundtrack

About the Game

In times of war and chaos you will assume the role of a young man, who is supposed to liberate the entire world of Eo from the new, nameless evil. Along with a group of diverse heroes and a dragon as trustful companions, you will fight to gain information about this mysterious new enemy and thereby discover your own true destiny. With daring and courage you will be able to succeed in this brand new, epic, strategic RTS/PRG-Mix that combines the storylines of the previous Spellforce-games and continues further.

Key Features

  • Click'n'Fight and Quick-Action-Buttons: perfected control system for Instant-Actions, best overview, and strategic sophistication
  • Domination: all new multiplayer mode; you have to keep control of strategic nodes, which are spread over the map, in order to obtain resources to further strengthen your armies
  • Single-Player campaign ensuring a maximum of fun, riveting story progression and countless quests - all refined by the authentic and consistent world of Eo
  • Choose your individual path among a plethora of different skills and magic abilites, offering numerous combinations of character development
  • For the first time in the history of SpellForce, you can even ride on a dragon
  • Completely new race with buildings, also playable in multiplayer
  • Stand-Alone expansion: SpellForce 2 - Shadow Wars & SpellForce 2 - Dragon Storm are not required to play the game

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS:Win XP, Vista, Win7
    • Processor:Intel Pentium ® IV 1.5 GHz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:3D graphics card with 128 MB RAM (compatible with GeForce 4 Ti or higher)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space

    Recommended:

    • OS:Win XP, Vista, Win7
    • Processor:Intel Pentium ® IV 2.5 GHz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:3D graphics card with 256 MB RAM (compatible with GeForce 6600 GT or higher)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
Helpful customer reviews
17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
781 products in account
387 reviews
10.7 hrs on record
SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny is dated, but that's no surprise. What does surprise is the complete lack of imagination and at the same time a unique and seamless transition between RTS and hack and slash. What it does well, is offer a fun time for those with somewhat lower standards.SpellForce 2's unique mix of role-playing and real-time strategising makes a return in Faith in Destiny, but it only brings a few new tricks.However, even with those negative points and the fact that it doesn't add much to the series I still like Faith in Destiny. Despite showing its age at times the core game play is still entertaining and somewhat addictive.Spellforce 2: Faith in Destiny isn't a bad game and if you are a fan of RPG and RTS you will like it.
Posted: April 28th, 2014
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
180 products in account
23 reviews
15.9 hrs on record
This is quite fun, though the campaign is very short; if they'd fleshed out the single player aspect I'd have no problem recommending this, as it is - the RTS/RPG cross is quite novel and I enjoyed this.

It took me around 12 hours to finish the single player, and that wasn't hurrying.

If you can get this for cheap, I'd give it a go. At full price I'd definately give it a miss.
Posted: April 5th, 2014
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
8 products in account
1 review
22.4 hrs on record
I really enjoy this game. The ability to grow your own hero like an RPG as well as play the game strategically like an RTS is what really drew me to this game. The first one was quite complicated and although it was a great game, I prefer the sequel due to it's simplifications and making the game much easier to just pick up and play for anyone. I love the free game mode where you are growing your own hero to whatever you please.

I enjoy the two new playable races; however, the shaikan are abit overpowered with their ressurection ability and the nameless are abit underpowered with how they have not many buildings, but then each building is heavily necessary to build another thing before you can build it.

I have also found a game crashing bug... if, for example, norton anti-virus does a pop-up saying your pc is secure, then the game crashes and says 'access violation'.

another bug I have found is with hiring heroes in free game mode... if you hire more than one merc before you recieve the quest increase your honor, then you are glitched to keep having the gain a new companion quest.. and while you can't hire a new merc yet.. its a strange glitch..

another glitch is found when talking to the dwarf in westguard... if you stand by the building and rotate your camera a certain way and then talk to the dwarf then you get glitched into the building... once glitched into the wall you cant move... and the only way to fix it is if you quit the game..

Another thing... I have seen enemy troops just walk past mine and there was no conflict... they are not shadow units.. if the enemy units walk past a certain radius then they can bypass aggressing my units... unsure if this is a feature, but it seems abit too feeble of a feature.. multiple times has workers simply walked past my wall of troops only because they found a hole in which they can walk through.. and then they proceed to stealing my resources...

Another feature I wish existed was that your workers can fight back... if the ai decides to build a stone build near my workers then one would think that the workers are able to fight back and attack the enemy workers or even destroy the build before it begins.. if not then when selected with a worker, dont give the option to attack when your cursor is hovering above an enemy unit/build ... if this is to dissuade a person from doing an all out worker attack with 80 workers and 80 slots worth of soldiers and 6 heroes then give the workers only the ability to defend themselves or only be able to attack other workers/resource buildings... make their ability to attack a special case only.. or just remove the option entirely.. small pet peeve of mine..

I have yet to try the DLC of this game, but they seem mighty fun.. I bought the Complete Collection of this game, and I have been highly amazed by this game.. please fix the bugs..
Posted: April 16th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
17 products in account
1 review
18.6 hrs on record
It is a good dlc to Spellforce 2, not great but good. It isn't so short - it takes me 18 hours to finished it what was longer than many dlc's to new games. The storyline is not bad, characters are quite good - the real trouble with them are sometimes embarrasing dialogue lines which don't exacly suit same npc (Caine for example).
Graphic remember time of Spellforce 2 which isn't great, music on the other hand is fine.
Of course dlc is far away from greatness of Dragon Storm but that's propably is caused by changing of studio. Faith in Destiny is quite challenging - it isn't so easy as it looks, and same storyline have some potential in it, also if somebody wish to play in next dlc ("Demons of the Past") it is good to know Faith in Destiny first - without it you can loose some important information from storyline.

I can advice this dlc to everyone who loved Spellforce serie - Faith in Destiny represents almost all what was good in this serie - even if it doesn't add anything new (besides new kind of enemy) to it but it's a very good reminder.
Posted: June 6th, 2014
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
8 products in account
1 review
14.0 hrs on record
It's short but fun to play.
Posted: February 25th, 2014
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