Obviously very busy working on the Xbox 360 version of the game, Blueside has sought assistance from the Korean developers Phantagram and Dragonfly, who will work on the PC version of the game. If you're wondering where you've heard of Phantagram before, the developer is also working on Ninety-Nine Nights for the Xbox 360, which is set to launch in Japan on April 20.

As for Circle of Doom, the game leaves behind the series' traditional RTS gameplay and instead we are to be treated to a Kingdom Under Fire RPG. No new information about the game was revealed, but the PC version will also feature support for online play.