London , UK – 7 th August, 2012 – Firefly Studios have just announced they will be revealing a new game at Gamescom 2012, the world’s largest trade fair and event highlight for interactive games and entertainment held this month in Cologne, Germany.
Coming off their recent success in the free-to-play sector, with Stronghold Kingdoms currently the second most popular free-to-play game on Steam and the most popular on Amazon’s Game Connect service, Firefly Studios are nearly ready to reveal their next major release. Full disclosure of the title and its core features will come at Gamescom on August 16 th.
Firefly will be attending Gamescom on the show’s trade days, which take place from Wednesday 15 th to Friday 17 th August at the Koelnmesse Exhibition Centre.
More information on Firefly Studios and Gamescom can be found at www.fireflyworlds.com and www.gamescom-cologne.com. Firefly Studios can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/fireflystudios. Alternatively you can follow @AskTheWolf on Twitter to be insulted by a psychotic medieval warlord.
About Firefly Studios
Firefly Studios is an independent PC game developer specialising in real-time strategy and MMO titles. Formed in 1999 by Simon Bradbury and Eric Ouellette, the company has brought to market a number of high profile and commercially successful strategy games, including the Stronghold series with lifetime sales of over five million. Firefly has offices in the UK and US. For more information please visit their website at www.fireflyworlds.com or follow @fireflyworlds on Twitter.
Gamescom is the world's largest trade fair and event highlight for interactive games and entertainment. After a successful third show in 2011 with 276,238 enthusiastic visitors, Gamescom returns in 2012 to be the world’s largest fair and event highlight for the international games industry in Cologne. On 15 th-19 th of August 2012 in Cologne, you can expect the largest European entertainment event featuring a spectacular exhibition of games at the Gamescom festival in the city centre.
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