A44 Games is developing a new cross-generational, open-world action RPG to be released by Kepler Interactive.
It should be noted here that the Xbox game arcadeSubscribers may not have to pay an additional fee for the game, as Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn will also be available through Microsoft’s monthly fee. We’ve been taught by Steam on this that we’ll be humanity’s last resort where gods and weapons strike each other; The door to the Netherworld opened, and the Ancient God of the Dead Army entered it beautifully.
For this reason, the living essence of Extinction Margins exists, and the Alliance Army must join forces to restore the world. Let’s embrace revenge, gunpowder and magic as humanity survives an epic journey from the last siege against the seemingly unstoppable horde of the dead. Our fight begins here and will end when the list of employees starts spinning at the end of the story.
The two main characters will be Nur Vanek and Enki. The former is a member of the alliance army and the latter is a strange creature with magical power. Both had a personal vendetta from the gods. And they will be the most powerful creatures, and in order to defeat them, in principle, a much-needed but rewarding combat system must be mastered, in which scavenging, the use of firearms and magic also play an important role. Powerful combos must be grouped together and we must be creative with things and situations in every battle. An open and dangerous world must be explored, from sandy deserts to ruins to the City of Dawn, where secrets will be hidden. The Blackstream team also needs to come back: they’re experts in firearms and explosives, and we’ll need their knowledge to successfully carry out the last attack on the gods.
The Flintlock: Siege of Dawn Coming sometime this year for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC (steamAnd the Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will also be available through Game Pass (which will likely start there).
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