Red-Headed Hero Battles Mythical Creatures in Action-Packed IMMORTALS FENYX RISING Animated Trailer


Category: Immortals Fenyx Rising

Red-Headed Hero Battles Mythical Creatures in Action-Packed IMMORTALS FENYX RISING Animated Trailer

Ubisoft has finally released the long-awaited animated trailer for Immortals Fenyx Rising set to the tune of The Heavy's How You Like Me Now? (which was also featured heavily in Ubisoft's own Driver San Francisco).

In the fast-approaching game created by the renowned team that gave us Assassin's Creed Odyssey, players will assume the role of Fenyx. As the titular hero, you will take matters into you own hands and do your very best to put and end to the monstrous Typhon's dark plans that threaten the beautiful world of Greek gods.

During you great journey, you will join forces with Zeus and Prometheus — who will serve as the project's humorous narrators — and try to find an efficient way to get rid of Typhon's deadly army — including the powerful Minotaur, Cyclops, Chimera, and the giant Python himself — before you face off against their boss.

As a friendly reminder, Immortals — previously known as Gods & Monsters — was supposed to hit stores in February, but Ubisoft decided to give the team more time to make sure that Fenyx lives up to expectations.

With Immortals Fenyx Rising finally arriving on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Google Stadia, and PC (via Uplay and the Epic Store) on Dec. 3, it's safe to say that we will learn a whole lot more about the sandbox in the coming days. In the meantime, take a look at this animated trailer:

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