Gunfire Games, the developers of Darksiders 3, have announced Remnant: From the Ashes, a third-person co-op survival-action shooter set on a post-apocalyptic Earth overrun with beings from another dimension. Players will traverse dimensions featuring dynamically generated levels, character customization, and item crafting. Remnant: From the Ashes will be released in 2019 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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I'm not impressed, it's just a 3
third person shooter, apocalyptic world, against aliens and other factions let me guess staring price 60$. well if it's co-op focuses I'll be open minded but if its solo focuse I'll save my money for doom 2
It makes sense if you played the game this is a prequel(sequel?) to, Chronos. Some ancient stone found in the 1960's, a government lab built up around it, powering it up lets them send people through it to another world, they are able to induce comas into some patients and while having them hooked up to interfaces, connect them with entities from these other places, one of these 'dreamers' connects with a dragon/tree creature which lets lose on our world causing an apocalypse in 1966, sending mankind back to the stone age.
The previous game humans were primitive again with only stories of the 'before times', and you go through the stone to try and stop the evil. By the looks of all the guns, this game seems to be a prequel, taking place not too far after the apocalypse, when humans still had some guns and technology left.
The narrator just calls them "monsters" because the narrator is the same narrator from Chronos, who was a village elder in the future when its all a distant memory, they only know them as monsters.
If I showed someone the designs of the monsters in this game and then showed someone the designs for the humans in this game nobody would put the two together cause they look vastly distinct from each other. Almost like 2 video games merged. Like putting Halo's Flood into Battlefield 1.
I think that's kind of the point though to be facing something from another world. Just looks out of place. Now I'm imagining playing Metro Last Light and fighting Devil May Cry demons lol
Edgar Fernandez Red dead Redemption 2 buddy. Mark my words that game will be a new milestone in the gaming industry. I believe it won't sell better then GTA 5, but trust me all they new tech they want in GTA 6 is being used or tested in red dead 2. So this game will likely be up there with one of the best games ever made. The hype for this game will build by the end of August.
I'd honestly rather it have an upfront cost than dealing with the bullshittery that is F2P service mechanics(timers, either 1 billion lifetimes of grinding or spending constant money to unlock things).
Games looks promising, but the whole post-apocalyptic world has been done to death. How about a game set in the modern times, with people, lively cities, etc. Like GTA 5 but, not GTA 5. I can't get excited about sloshing through another post-apocalyptic world.
So developers claim that the cost of making games has increased to the point that one poor selling game could sink a company but they still turn out underwhelming bargain basket games like this. Clearly this game is going on sale a month after release...WHY EVEN MAKE IT???
KOPI PAhIT Battlefield is adding it the right way as a variety for Battle Royale players. It's not scrapping it's Single Player Campaign, also Battlefield V is not a Battle Royale game, it has a Battle Royale game mode. But still, this game Remnent doesn't have the concept for Battle Royale
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