Lords of the Fallen has a story trailer and it’s bonkers

One of the games that gamers are most looking forward to this year is Lords of the Fallen. Gamers were giddy with anticipation when the game’s publisher, CI Games, unveiled an extended gameplay clip last month. Following that, the studio debuted a story trailer at the ongoing Gamescom event in Germany.

Lords of the Fallen is the successor to the 2014 game of the same name.

The start of the two-and-a-half-minute clip features an ominous scene of a man strolling through a swamp. His breathing is labored, and we can hear growls off in the distance, giving us the impression that he is hiding something. We are right, for a few heartbeats later, he meets a hideous creature who impales him with a remarkably long claw before slicing off his head.

The demon God Adyr discusses his motivations throughout the course of the following few minutes. Additionally, some mind-blowing fight scenes are shown to us, which heightens our excitement for its arrival. Lords of the Fallen’s story trailer is enjoyable to watch, just as the lengthy gameplay video. We won’t have wasted our eagerness if CI Games lives up to its promise. The question is, though, can they?

A greater sense of what to anticipate from the title is provided by its description, Lords of the Fallen. It says, “The demon God Adyr was eventually vanquished after an age of the cruelest oppression. However, gods do not always fall. Years later, Adyr’s resurrected approach. Travel through both the living and the dead in this epic role-playing game as one of the renowned Dark Crusaders. It has enormous boss fights, quick, difficult combat, exciting character interactions, and rich, immersive storytelling.

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Lords of the Fallen’s story trailer has heightened anticipation for the game.

One of the next games with a Gamescom trailer release is Lords of the Fallen. Another is Crimson Desert, an action-adventure game created by Pearl Abyss, the company behind Black Desert. Read in detail about that here.

On October 13, Lords of the Fallen will make its premiere. The PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X will all be able to play the game. On Steam, you may pre-order it and receive some bonuses. The Deluxe Edition costs $69.99, while the Standard Edition costs $59.99.

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