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'POTC: Armada of the Damned' from Disney Interactive

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  • 'POTC: Armada of the Damned' from Disney Interactive

    Disney Interactive Announces
    Pirates of the Caribbean:
    Armada of the Damned

    Wednesday May 27, 2009

    Press Release from Disney Interactive Studios

    BURBANK, Calif. -- Live to tell the tale of becoming a notorious pirate captain or suffer a fate of eternal damnation. Disney Interactive Studios today announced the development of PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ARMADA OF THE DAMNED, an epic, action role-playing game (RPG) from Propaganda Games, Disney's video game development studio in Vancouver, British Columbia.

    ARMADA OF THE DAMNED is an entirely new experience within the Pirates of the Caribbean universe. The game takes place before the events of the blockbuster films. Players will take on the role of a pirate and embark on epic land and sea adventures. Numerous moral and character choices will need to be made that affect their character and the original story within the world. Players will explore a massive open world while fighting enemies, mystical creatures and Mother Nature, both to gain experience and stay alive. Supernatural elements familiar to the Pirates of the Caribbean world will also affect their character's story and influence their choices.

    "ARMADA OF THE DAMNED is a dynamic action role-playing game that captures all of the franchise's excitement, unpredictability and action while delving into narrative elements never before explored within this unique universe," said Dan Tudge, vice president and general manager, Propaganda Games. "Our team's collective experience with industry-leading RPGs and action titles provides a strong foundation for us to create and build a compelling action role-playing title."

    ARMADA OF THE DAMNED is scheduled to be released in Fall 2010 for next-generation consoles and Windows PC.

    ARMADA OF THE DAMNED is an extension of the globally successful Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, which began more than 40 years ago as a theme park attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. The franchise continues to excite park goers with millions of visitors experiencing the four current theme park attractions at Disney parks around the world. The three blockbuster films grossed more than $2.6 billion worldwide in theaters and have continued to be successful on home video. Disney Interactive Studios has shipped more than 6 million units worldwide of self-published multiplatform PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN video games, which were inspired by the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END films.
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