Miso Vukcevic and Mirko Stanic have wanted to show Bleak Faith: Forsaken, the action RPG that was successfully financed on Kickstarter a couple of years ago, and is finalizing all its details for its launch this year. For this reason, to whet your appetite, its creators invite us to take a look at their first official trailer.
It is an action RPG set in an open world with touches of survival horror. Players will take on the role of a Forsaken, the last bastion of humanity that must fight against terrifying creatures. In fact, in the video that you have just below, you can see some of them or some of the imposing final bosses who will try to make us bite the dust.
This dark fantasy world promises to leave us with a story and an experience that will provide a breath of fresh air for all those looking for something new in titles of this type. Thus we will have to go through areas where danger lurks everywhere throughout the more than 30 hours of content that will await us.
Our protagonist. Likewise, this world intends to make it somewhat labyrinthine so that players dedicate themselves to exploring it in depth by betting on open areas, with few shelters that will act as bases to rest and recover from the hardships they will face. But what will be a challenge will be its combats, with a gameplay that will try to be fast and challenging at all times .
Each one will choose the best way to finish off the enemies, either opting for stealth or something more direct with melee and ranged attacks. There will also be different classes to choose from whose statistics can be improved and strengthened with new pieces of equipment and weapons that will help survive all the threats that lie ahead.
As previously mentioned, Bleak Faith: Forsaken is scheduled to release first on PC via Steam sometime in 2021. Later, it will leap to consoles on a date to be determined when it reaches PS4 and Xbox One.
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