The First Templar Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description: The First Templar is a co-operative action adventure game in development for Xbox 360 and PC. The game portrays a dark and gritty view of the late 13th century where old friends become enemies, corruption spreads throughout the Church and fallen knights oppress the weak and renounce their oaths.
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The First Templar Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • The First Templar "Marie" Character Trailer

    Posted: April 27, 2011

    1,499 Views | 01:11

  • The First Templar "Celian" Character Trailer

    Posted: April 21, 2011

    1,539 Views | 01:11

  • The First Templar "Roland" Character Trailer

    Posted: April 15, 2011

    3,660 Views | 01:01

  • The First Templar Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: March 23, 2011

    2,467 Views | 01:17

  • The First Templar Cinematic Trailer

    Posted: August 30, 2010

    3,494 Views | 02:21


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