The Lords of the Fallen sequel, which will be released soon, was released in 2014. You are not seeing double, so don’t panic. After the franchise sat in production limbo after its announcement in 2014, the publishers at CI Games decided to decide to use the sequel as an opportunity to reinvent it.
After all these years, it appears that we may finally know when the reboot will happen, and it may come a little sooner than you might have thought. Fans of Lords of the Fallen may finally have something concrete to look forward to, though as with any leaks, you should proceed with caution.
ALumia_Italia on Twitter was the source of the leak. When you recall Epic’s State of Unreal showcase from a month ago, it makes it likely that Lords of the Fallen will be released on October 13.
There, creator Hexworks gave fans a peek at what’s going on inside of its next action RPG, and it was amazing. The video showed off a game that appeared to be relatively well along in development, even if it was obviously from an early section and more of a technological presentation than pure gameplay.
Lords of the Fallen: October 13 pic.twitter.com/QjInaZwFz5
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) May 11, 2023
Lords of the Fallen may soon be prepared for a release date announcement trailer if it is as far advanced as it appeared to be during the Unreal showcase. There are numerous options for Hexworks and CI Games to secure Lords of the Fallen for 2023 given the number of events that will begin the summer.
Whether or not you played the first game, Lords of the Fallen appears to be outperforming it in every way. Hexworks claims that the game would feature a “vast, interconnected world more than five times larger” than the 2014 version, in addition to having fantastic visuals like those in the State of Unreal.
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Although bigger isn’t always better, in this case, it is because of a thrilling element for players who enjoy Elden Ring-style games. Unlike FromSoftware’s open-world action RPG, Lords of the Fallen will have continuous online multiplayer, which should make it considerably simpler to form groups.
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