Mako Reactor has tested an early build of the PC edition of Wo Long and drew some technical conclusions. The game supports DLSS and ultrawide monitors, runs on Steam Deck and offers a Photo Mode. The player can enable frame rate cap (30/60), v-sync and HDR, specify the quality of various visual elements (shadows, reflections, etc.), and customize fonts. The PC version also supports DualSense.
The release of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is getting closer and closer, and as a result, Team Ninja is publishing more footage from the game. Today, two interesting videos have appeared online, which together make up 15 minutes of new content. The first gives us a glimpse into the story, while the second presents the gameplay.
The story trailer shows an introduction to the war between humans and demons, realized in a cinematic envelope with impressive fight scenes.
The gameplay, published by Game Informer, on the other hand, shows us how exploration and combat will be presented. The material shows the protagonist traversing one of the locations available in the game with a companion by their side. The player looks into subsequent nooks and crannies - using the double jump skill practically non-stop - and acquires new equipment and encounters more enemies. A lot of emphasis has been placed on silently eliminating opponents - including from heights. Of course, there was also an impressive boss battle.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will be released on March 3, 2023. The game is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. It should also be noted that the game will simultaneously be available in Game Pass.