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New Game Releases For PS5 and PC - Find More About GodFall


New Game Releases For PS5 and PC - Find More About GodFall
This coming fall, don't miss the official launch of GodFall. The game was developed by Counterplay Games and published by Gearbox Publishing. So what this game is all about? Well, Godfall is a kind of a new IP, set in a world of knights and realms of magical elements. In other terms, it's another RPG game, but this time is described more like a "third-person Looter-Slasher," Plus GodFall will be the first official PS5 that has been revealed. So what do I know about this game? If you ever like to play games such as Brandon Sanderson's The Stormlight Archive and Isaac Asimov's Foundation, then you may enjoy this brand new upcoming tile as well.

GodFall Preview
On their official Twitter account, the team also starts to reveal some part of the development of the game. You may find some snippets of lore, with all the details about the creation of the world, also they talk about how to make the powerful Archons, and how they fell. All of this ties into the name of the game: Godfall. To obtain the best gaming experience as possible these guys develop the project with Unreal Engine 4 from Epic Games, and yes it is as far from what I know the best game engine when it comes to AAA games.

GodFall PS5
So I am not surprise they consider using the Unreal Engine 4 at all, especially to match the new graphics capabilities of the new Sony PlayStation 5. So players will have ranged abilities with cooldowns with a mix of combats and magical spell, well everything you can find in a great RPG game. Goodall also has several play modes where you can play it as a single-player, or in two or three-player co-op as well. And speaking about the new PS5, Counterplay Games is also taking advantage of the haptic feedback technology in the PlayStation 5 controller. GodFall should be out this coming month of October for PS5, but also on PC under Windows 10 operating system. Check out the video trailer for a preview of what this game will offer. Enjoy.


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