The Ranger Steps Into the Spotlight in Latest Trailer for HOOD: OUTLAWS & LEGENDS


Category: Action-Adventure Games

The Ranger Steps Into the Spotlight in Latest Trailer for HOOD: OUTLAWS & LEGENDS

Sumo Digital's action-RPG Hood: Outlaws & Legends will make its debut this May, and to make the painful wait easier to bear, Focus Home Interactive has released an action-packed character trailer focused solely on the deadly Ranger. As a friendly reminder, the final game will feature 4 different character classes.

Inspired by the evergreen Robin Hood mythos, Hood: Outlaws & Legends will allow all players to channel their inner medieval hero and "steal from the rich and give to the poor." In the upcoming multiplayer extravaganza, the Ranger is a stealthy master of the longbow, who can detect nearby enemies using his Scout ability.

According to Focus Home, the Ranger represents "a twist on the most well-known figure of the folk hero legend — Robin Hood. Specialised in taking down foes from a distance, the Ranger is a master of the longbow. From covering key areas of the map to pulling off game-winning headshots, the Ranger can turn the tides of battle with deadly efficiency."

With Hood: Outlaws & Legends hitting store shelves on May 10 — well, you will be able to start your journey on May 3 if you decide to pre-order the game — the British studio will surely shine even more light on the Ranger — and also the Hunter, the Brawler, and the Mystic — in the coming months (if not weeks).

To learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of the Ranger, take a closer look at this gameplay trailer:

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