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Spectacular 8-minute Video Discusses Essentials of Lords of the Fallen

The developers of Lords of the Fallen have released an extensive trailer that conveys a comprehensive knowledge pill about the game's plot, world, mechanics and many other details.

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The release of Lords of the Fallen is only a little over two weeks away. The developers of the game are not slacking off in advertising their work and today they released another piece of footage. This time an 8-minute video (available below) brings us closer to the key features of the game.

A pill of knowledge about Lords of the Fallen

In a rather impressively edited trailer, the narrator takes us through the intricacies of the world of Lords of the Fallen. He discusses the plot and reminds us that the action in the game takes place a thousand years after the events of the 2014 original.

We take on the role of a crusader traversing the land of Mournstead, whose task will be to stop a returning demon, defeated in the previous installment.

This time, as we were introduced earlier, we will move through both the world of the living and the dead, all with the help of the Umbra lamp, whose light shows the grim reality of the dead.

In addition, the trailer includes fragments of a boss battle (in both dimensions), shows the different types of weapons and three types of magic we will use, and assures us of great freedom in personalizing our character.

All this will be waiting for the players on October 15, when Lords of the Fallen will be released on PC, PS5 and XSX/S.

Michal Ciezadlik

Michal Ciezadlik

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