A44 Games and Kepler Interactive recently unveiled a deeper look at Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn. The Gamescom trailer (below) introduced Nor and her fully voiced mystical fox-like companion, Enki. Following this reveal however, the pair have revealed that the release date of Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn delayed in 2023.
In the brand-new gameplay trailer players get a first glimpse at what lies in store for Nor and Enki as they team up against the Gods. To defeat the undead armies of the Gods, players will have to combine the might of Nor’s destructive axe and flintlock weaponry with Enki’s mysterious mystical abilities, strategically signaling Enki to gain the upper hand and to harness his astonishing powers.
With heavy, impactful combat, players must think carefully about their every strike. The soldiers of the Gods’ undead army are devastatingly strong, and their dark magic can turn the tides of battle with just a few strikes. To defeat some of the most powerful beings in existence, players must utilise their full arsenal of tools – using black powder to its fullest extent and combining Nor’s agility with Enki’s most powerful magic to render enemies vulnerable and pick them apart one by one.
Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn Gamescom Trailer
Flintlock introduces players to a wholly unique RPG setting set in a world inspired by the Flintlock Fantasy genre where magic and technology collide. In a world where the old Gods have returned to wage war against humanity, lead the fight against the Gods’ undead army alongside Nor and Enki.
Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn launches on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC (via Steam and Epic Games Store), Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One in early 2023. Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn will also be available day one with Xbox Game Pass.
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