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The Last Faith: Dark Gothic Metroidvania Game Delayed to November, PC Beta Test Now Available

Publisher Playstack and developer Kumi Souls Games have announced a delay for their upcoming dark gothic Metroidvania game, The Last Faith. Originally slated for release in October, the game will now launch in November. Additionally, a PC beta test for the game is now available via Steam.

The Last Faith offers a brutal yet empowering gameplay experience, centered around merciless and precise combat. Players will have access to a wide range of melee weapons, arcane spells, and long-range firearms, allowing for a customizable combat style. The game takes place in the gothic world of Mythringal, where players will unravel its fractured history while facing off against blood-thirsty enemies.

The Last Faith also features intense battles against formidable bosses, challenging even the most seasoned players. Throughout the game, players will have the opportunity to interact with the mysterious residents of Mythringal, potentially forming alliances with lost souls who can aid them on their journey.

Exploration is a key aspect of The Last Faith, with players venturing beyond the city walls to discover hand-drawn environments such as dark forests and icy mountain peaks. As players progress, they will unlock new abilities that provide fresh perspectives on previously explored areas, ultimately expanding their understanding of the game world.

The Last Faith is set to release on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The delay to November will allow the developers to further polish the game and ensure a high-quality experience for players.

Sources: Playstack, Kumi Souls Games

– Metroidvania: A genre of video games characterized by exploration, nonlinear gameplay, and the acquisition of new abilities that allow players to access previously inaccessible areas.
– PC beta test: A phase in game development where a limited version of the game is made available to players in order to gather feedback and identify any issues or bugs that need to be addressed before the full release.

Sources: Playstack, Kumi Souls Games