GODS WILL FALL in First Trailer for New Hack & Slash From Manchester-Based Clever Beans


Category: Hack and Slash Games

GODS WILL FALL in First Trailer for New Hack & Slash From Manchester-Based Clever Beans

While many fans of Titan Quest–like games are patiently waiting for Diablo 4 and Path of Exile 2, Deep Silver has just announced a brand-new title featuring 8 character classes, unique weapons, and many beasts to kill.

In Gods Will Fall, you will take on the role of a brave hero who decides to put an end to the gods' terrible, cruel reign over Earth by annihilating every single one of them. During your epic journey, you will uncover their dark secrets, which will greatly help you defeat their minions before you face off against these tyrants.

Gods Will Fall is being created by Clever Beans, the Manchester-based makers of WipEout Omega Collection and When Vikings Attack. Considering that Clever Beans is a British studio, it's not surprising that their next title is inspired by Celtic mythology, as players will battle many beloved creatures, including druids and ents.

What's even better, you will have a chance to play it in the very near future, as the new title will be releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, and PC (via GOG and EGS) on January 29, 2021.

Without further ado, take a closer look at the beautiful announcement trailer for Gods Will Fall down below:

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