Lords of the Fallen 2 will be launched next year, according to the latest Consolidated Management Report provided by CI Games. The sequel to Lords of the Fallen will be fittingly named Lords of the Fallen 2. Also worth noting is that the firm has revealed that Unreal Engine 5, the recently released Epic Games graphical engine, will serve as the primary engine for their Key IPs now in production, which is a first for the company.
Let’s start with Lords of the Fallen 2: Resurrection of the Dead. When discussing the success of the “Four Pillar Strategy,” which CI Games began implementing in 2021, the firm announced that its next course of action would be to expand the strategy.
LORDS OF THE FALLEN: The sequel to this franchise has been in development by our in-house studio Hexworks since the beginning of this year. Our studio of more than 60 internal development team members has collaborated closely with different third-party developers from a variety of disciplines throughout the game’s development process […]
It is our intention to launch the game’s global marketing campaign during the third quarter of 2022. Lords of the Fallen 2 is scheduled to be released in 2023 as a full-priced game for the next generation of consoles and personal computers (PC).
According to the same article, Lords of the Fallen 2 will be CI Games’ most ambitious project to date, and it will strive to capitalize on the genre’s continued rise in popularity around the world. The game is scheduled to be launched on next-generation consoles and personal computers by 2023. This could imply that the last-generation consoles (PS4 and Xbox One) will be excluded from consideration for this category.
Now, within the report, CI Games also made a passing reference to Unreal Engine 5. Unreal Engine 5 will be used as the primary engine for all of the important IPs presently in development, according to the press release from CI Games. In addition to the cutting-edge technology that will be used in the forthcoming Witcher and Tomb Raider games, the engine will allow for more collaboration among the company’s internal teams.