Chivalry: Battle for Agatha promises "a bigger, better, graphically enhanced game" with support for up to forty-eight players as well as the bullet points of "More weapons. A more fluid movement system. Character customization."
Developer Team Chivalry is building the game upon Epic's Unreal Development Kit, which offers the Unreal Engine 3 and its toolset free for non-commercial use but also has friendly commercial licensing rates. Epic charges a $99 licensing fee up front for commercial releases then a 25% royalty rate on all revenue beyond the first $5,000.
The price, release date and platforms for Chivalry: Battle for Agatha have yet to be confirmed, though considering Team Chivalry's heritage a PC release seems inevitable.
Thanks to Shacker 'taczbr' for the tip.
nice :) wish them all the best!
didn't knew about those pricing plans - that's even cheaper than unity3d ;)