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Supertrick Games has released the intro video for Deathverse: Let It Die. The video is almost entirely devoted to songs and dances, and only for a couple of seconds do frames with real gameplay slip through it.
Deathverse: Let It Die is set in 2026. Earth has just recovered from a global conflict, but humanity is still out for blood. To satisfy the craving for violence, the reality show Death Jamboree appears, in which participants kill each other with the help of fantastic weapons and superpowers. Deathverse: Let It Die releases on September 28 on PS4 and PS5, and on October 5 on PC.
Developers of the JRPG series The Legend of Heroes: Trails at Nihon Falcom said that the franchise’s games have sold over seven million copies. In Japan, the series is known as Kiseki.
The company announced this in honor of the imminent release of the new chapter of The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II -Crimson Sin-. It releases in Japan on September 29 for PS5 and PS4. A Western debut date has yet to be announced.
In September 2020, Nihon Falcom reported that games in the series have sold over five million copies. The history of the Legend of Heroes franchise began with the release of Trails in the Sky in 2004.
The developers of the bloody action game No Place For Bravery from the Brazilian studio Glitch Factory have published a release trailer for the game. The title is inspired by the games of the Souls series, so it will give gamers a serious challenge.
The main character will be a warrior named Thorn, who travels through the war-torn world of Dyura in search of his daughter. Players will have to explore many beautiful locations, improve their equipment and fight against hordes of opponents.
No Place for Bravery is a 2D top-down RPG that weaves exquisite visuals, a captivating soundtrack, and tense combat moments into a dark tale of the lengths we are willing to go to get back what we hold dear. No Place For Bravery is available now on PC and Nintendo Switch.
Asobo Studio Lead Level Designer Kevin Pinson spoke to EDGE about how long it would take a player to complete A Plague Tale: Requiem. On average, gamers will take 15-18 hours. Pinson noted that these numbers are based on the passage of the title within the studio, so the final value for each player may vary up or down. If you turn to the HowLongToBeat portal, then the original required 10-12 hours to complete.
Pinson also emphasized that the increased playtime does not mean that A Plague Tale: Requiem will have so-called “fillers” and artificial stretching. A game will be released on the 18th of October on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Switch. On the day of release, the title will be included in the Xbox Game Pass.