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"In a battle to save your soul. Will you choose legendary? Or will you be dreaded? The choice is yours."

Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned was to be an action role-playing video game developed by Propaganda Games and published by Disney Interactive Studios for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows. The game would have took place in the open environment of the Caribbean where the player assumed the role of Captain James Sterling who had to travel around the world to make a reputation for himself.[7] Although it was expected to be released in early 2011,[5][6] and later sometime in 2011,[7] supposedly with the release date February 1, 2011,[citation needed] it was cancelled on October 13, 2010.[8]


Live to tell the tale of becoming a notorious pirate captain or suffer a fate of eternal damnation. Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned is an epic, action role-playing game that offers an entirely new experience within the Pirates of the Caribbean universe. The game takes place before the events of the blockbuster films. Players will take on the role of a pirate and embark on epic land and sea adventures. Numerous moral and character choices will need to be made that affect their character and the original story within the world. Players will explore a massive open world while fighting enemies, mystical creatures and Mother Nature, both to gain experience and stay alive. Supernatural elements familiar to the Pirates of the Caribbean world will also affect their character's story and influence their choices.


Officially, the game developers said that the events depicted in Armada of the Damned are placed ten[4] or fifteen years before the events of the first film, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.[2] The game would also feature locations like Tortuga and Port Royal, and the goddess Calypso.[5][6] Unofficially, no specific date for the game was given, but the appearance of the official flag of Great Britain indicated that the events of the game were placed somewhere during, or after 1707. However, the appearance of a living Black Bart, it is indicated that the game was to be set sometime between 1719 and 1722.[citation needed]


Sterling versus Conquistadores

Captain Sterling attacks two Spanish Conquistadors with his magic.

The player was free to move around the world and had various attacks mapped to certain buttons on the controller. James Sterling had a light and heavy melee attack which could be linked together to create combos. Sterling is also able to weaken enemies by cursing them. Finishing off a cursed enemy would inflict the curse on nearby enemies. The game also had a blocking system which allowed for a counter attack.

The player also had a ship. The ship would allow the player to explore the Caribbean as well as engage in ship combat. The player could choose between attacking a ship's hull, sails, or crew. Attacking the hull would sink the ship, going after the sails would damage their ability to move, and taking out the crew made boarding easier. As with ground battles, Sterling had special abilities to help him in combat.

Early on the player had to choose between two paths: becoming a "Legendary pirate" or a "Dreaded pirate". Occasionally, the player would be able to make choices from the other path. These choices affected things such as Sterling's appearance, personality, weapons, attack, quests available, and the game's ending. The player could also customize their character by choosing which skills to put their experience points in.



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Armada of the Damned Spanish uniforms

Design for the uniforms of the Spanish Royal Navy




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