Gameplay Reveal for Lords of the Fallen is Classic Soulslike


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From Software is said to have allegedly closed the book on the Dark Souls franchise with Elden Ring, but that isn’t stopping other developers from delivering their own Soulslike games with massive bosses and increasingly frustrating difficulty.

Gameplay Reveal for Lords of the Fallen is Classic Soulslike

Lords of the Fallen is set to release in the Halloween season, and we have a new gameplay reveal that features everything soulslike fans love out of the genre. Check this out:

A vast world awaits in all-new, dark fantasy action-RPG, Lords of the Fallen. As one of the fabled Dark Crusaders, embark on an epic quest to overthrow Adyr, the demon God.

The game is also said to be the successor of 2014’s Lords of the Fallen from Deck13, but this time, development has been taken over by Hexworks.

As you can see, the game looks absolutely massive, and it checks all kinds of boxes when it comes to a classic soulslike title, from the massive, intricately designed bosses, to the dark, expansive fantasy lore. I do have to say, it is kind of a unique touch that they should use heavy metal to sell the game; even Elden Ring was still pretty serious about itself when it came to the marketing.

With October still far off, there’s a lot of time to get hyped for Lords of the Fallen. Hopefully we get some more reveals in the coming months.

Lords of the Fallen comes out Oct. 13 for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PS5.


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