Ubisoft has an excellent lineup of entries to end the year and one of which is Immortals Fenyx Rising. The game is going to get a demo next week, but for this week, we’re getting some neat new trailers.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is going to be an epic adventure set in Greek Mythology. Ubisoft’s next new IP is already drawing a lot of attention, but it seems like there are more surprises to be uncovered. Next week, the game will have a digital-only demo for the Stadia. To commemorate the event, we’ve gotten a new story trailer for the game.
The next Greek epic
The story trailer is narrated by Zeus and Prometheus. Surprisingly, the trailer itself has a humorous mood. While the game does have a serious setting, it’s still going to have some light-hearted fun for all to enjoy.
As per the trailer, Fenyx is a young shield bearer who washes ashore on the Golden Isle. According to Prometheus, Fenyx is the one to help reunite and save the Greek gods from the main antagonist in the game – Typhon. For those unfamiliar, Typhon is one of the strongest titans in Greek mythology.
In the new Immortals Fenyx Rising trailer, we also get to see some Greek figures, including Hermes, Athena, Medusa, Minotaur, and the Cyclops.
New gameplay footage
Aside from the story trailer, we also have some new gameplay footage for the upcoming title. The new gameplay footage shows the first boss fight in the game, against a giant called Mikros the Adorable.
Based on the new gameplay footage, we can see that the title offers more fluidity and openness in combat as compared to The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. Fenyx can use an assortment of abilities to take out foes. Still, combat is mostly hack and slash.
In the events leading up to the boss fight, players get to go through a beautifully designed dungeon. There will be some tough puzzles to solve in these dungeons. It’s likely that players will spend most of their time going through these dungeons in the game.
Immortals Fenyx Rising launches this December for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. While it’s dubbed as a The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild clone, a lot of hopefuls believe that there will be more to the game than just some inspiration.
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