Ahead of the release of Eldest Souls, next week (on July 29th), United Label and Fallen Flag Studios have revealed a brand new trailer for the game. This one doesn’t show any footage, for it’s a (really stylish) animated trailer, called “At the Door of Death”.
Here it is:
Appropriately titled, ‘At the Door of Death’, this latest cinematic offers a glimpse into the vast, foreboding Citadel, inhabited by the calamitous Old Gods.
Also, H2 Interactive have announced that they will release Eldest Souls in Japan on the same day as Europe and North America. It will cost 2 200 Yen.
Here’s the Japanese trailer:
Finally, here’s some more details, the list of key features, and some screenshots for the game:
Created by indie development team, Fallen Flag Studios, Eldest Souls is a ferociously challenging, pixel-art boss-rush game with a focus on fast-paced melee combat. Players must explore the consecrated Citadel, dripping in gorgeous 16-bit attention-to-detail, in search of the Old Gods – and engage in savage, soulslike-inspired combat, where every moment counts.
Focusing on only the toughest and most engaging of combat encounters – the Bosses! – each Old God presents a new and unique challenge for the player to overcome. Victors may claim the God’s celestial powers to unlock a vast array of unique Talents and Abilities, ready to customize their own personalised combat style from a multitude of combinations.
Deep within the world’s labyrinthine passages, players will also encounter intriguing NPCs, compelling questlines and a series of ominous mysteries, as they slowly uncover the truth behind the Old Gods and their agelong imprisonment…
- Ferocious, fast-paced, soulslike inspired combat
- A series of uniquely challenging Boss-Rush combat encounters
- A cast of intriguing NPCs and challenging questlines
- Glorious pixel-perfect graphic style, dripping in gorgeous attention-to-detail
- Extensive skill tree resulting in a multitude of ability combinations for a fully customizable combat style
Eldest Souls (Switch – eShop) comes out on July 29th worldwide.
Source: 4Gamer / United Label PR