Chivalry doing its part to conserve pig carcasses and resin skulls

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Torn Banner Studios has announced Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior for Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. It’s based on the Spike TV show that features odd match-ups like cowboys versus Zulu and asks viewers to guess which would win in a fight. This is decided by way-too-serious guys measuring the effects of the hypothetical combatants’ weapons on dead pigs or blood-filled dummies. Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior adds samurai and Spartans (with more fighters coming later) to the base game so people without access to dead animals can have their shot at judging the warriors the way they were meant to be analyzed – in a multiplayer video game.