At E3 2019 Ubisoft announced a new role-playing game, which was originally called Gods and Beasts.
But since then, the video game has been relabelled– something which had been rumored for a while. Initially spotted by Gematsu, The Taiwan Digital Video Game Rating Committee had actually rated a game, by Ubisoft, called Immortals: Fenyx Rising. And since Ubisoft hasn’t announced a game with that title, it’s looking highly likely that’s what Gods and Monsters has been called.
Find the first trailer for Gods and Monsters/Immortals: Fenyx Rising ingrained below. It’s quite just a canned CGI expose at this point, however it offers a good sign of what to get out of the game’s design and setting:
Gods and Monsters release date and gameplay
In advancement from the group behind Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, it looks quite like a cross between that game and the last huge Zelda experience, looped by the thread of classical Greek myths.
Set on the ‘Island of the Blessed’, you’ll handle the function of a customisable main character in a big open world. You’ll swing a sword, shoot a bow and arrow, usage telekinetic powers and float from high areas using a bird power. You’ve even got an endurance meter. Yep, Ubisoft has actually been paying very attention to the recent experiences of Nintendo’s green-hooded hero.
Which goes right down to the art style. From flying shrews to what seems Mount Olympus itself, it’s a stunning, Pixar-like design.
Initially set up for February 2020, we’re still expecting the new game to hit this year however it’s going to be behind prepared.
The game had formerly been displayed behind closed doors at E3 2019, and some lucky guests have actually seen an advancement variation of the game operating on Google Stadia, so expect to see it land there, too, along with on Ubisoft’s freshly-announced UPlay Plus streaming service.
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