The medieval FPS hack-and-slash is coming to next-gen consoles, according to the latest information from European authorities.
The nugget is outlined on the front page of the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) site, which functions much like the Australian Classification Board albeit in Europe.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare was first released on PC and was since ported to PS3 and Xbox 360. The game's roots, however, can be traced back to a mod called Age of Chivalry for Half-Life 2, which Chivalry's creators (Torn Banner) also produced.
A search of the Classification Board's recent decisions show that the next-gen console re-release of the game is yet to be rated in Australia.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is currently selling on Steam for US$24.99, while the SteamSpy service shows the game has over 3 million owners (a result skewed by a recent free weekend) and a peak of more than 2,600 concurrent players in the last 24 hours.