CI Games didn’t have the last say. The Lords of the Fallen, just released by the Polish studio, is being created specifically for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, and personal computers using Unreal Engine 5. Check out the game’s debut trailer.
Despite the fact that we were given The Lords of the Fallen for PC and the previous generation in 2014, CI Games encountered various issues with the sequel’s development and even switched the studio in charge of it. Developers for Hexworks are collaborating with a domestic business to completely restart production.
The Lords of the Fallen is set a millennium after the events of the first game and will feature an entirely new narrative set in a vast globe with interconnected and intersecting places. Over five times the size of the first game’s region will be occupied by the events. Numerous “intriguing NPCs” or related chores are promised by the designers. The title also features a compelling story. Fans of challenging positions will be able to seamlessly switch between solo and team play, and the production will offer either solo or collaboration (for two players).
Hexworks was established in 2020, and the 75-person team behind Lords of the Fallen is assisted by outside developers. Saul Gascon (Dead by Daylight, PayDay 2) is the game’s executive producer, and Cezar Virtosu (Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Assassin’s Creed: Origins) is its creative director.
Cezar Virtosu announced the production in the following manner:
“Fans of the original game have long desired a spiritual sequel, and they have found one with The Lords of the Fallen. The game has a much larger dual universe with a separation between the realm of the living and the dead with links between various locales. You can go there by yourself or with friends. The environment has a deeper identity, a richer storyline, and a more captivating story; the game’s atmosphere is significantly darker and harder. The RPG systems are far more complex than in the original, and the fighting is faster and more dynamic.”
A grim world awaits players in the recently released video for Joseph Quinn’s “Game of Thrones” story, but the gameplay presentation won’t happen until 2022. The Lords of the Fallen’s key characteristics are as follows:
- A vast world of interconnected locations – five times the size of the 2014 title.
- Rich RPG experience – a huge number of NPCs and stories to learn
- Tactical Combat – Fast, fluid, and challenging combat system
- Destructive Magic – Change the tide of combat with combat spells and power-ups
- Smooth transitions to co-op mode – Explore the depths of the dark world with a companion or companion
- Define Your Legend – Complete character and progression customization