First PS5 gameplay footage has leaked and it looks gorgeous
It looks like we've seen a little PlayStation 5 gameplay footage thanks to a leak coming from upcoming PlayStation game, Godfall.
Godfall – which was revealed at The Game Awards 2019 – is a PS5-exclusive launch title created by developer Gearbox Publishing (Borderlands, good! Battleborn, bad!) and developed by Counterplay Games, who previously worked on God of War (good!)
The game, which is currently shrouded in mystery, is pegged for a Holiday 2020 release – so we assume that means we're going to see it as a launch title for the PlayStation 5.
But of course, nothing has been revealed yet.
Speaking of not being revealed yet, the latest leak for the game is a glimpse at some gameplay that has not officically been revealed by Sony.
AllGamesDelta has posted the video online – take a look at the link to see the six seconds of previously unreleased footage, or check the reddit embed below.
The timing of this leak is interesting.
A lot of rumours suggest that we're going to see the PlayStation 5 properly revealed at a special event hosted by Sony in February.
We saw a lot of key staff from Sony's worldwide studios get together in San Francisco recently to take part in some sort of huge meeting, and various gaming communities are alight with rumours of a PS5 reveal in the coming weeks.
Even veteran Sony developers are of the belief that an announcement is imminent.
We assume this footage, then, will be taken from an unreleased trailer designed to be shown at this currently-unannounced event.
PS5 News and Leaks
As for Godfall, we know a little information about the upcoming title thanks to a blog from Counterplay Games CEO Kevin Lee, who took to the PlayStation blog after the trailer's debut to give fans a bit more info about the new game:
"Our goal with Godfall is to reforge fantasy ARPG-style loot progression and third-person melee combat into a whole new genre: The Looter-Slasher. Namely, our game is uniquely one-part gear driven and one-part player-skill driven.
"Godfall retains the desire for offence-oriented, mastery-driven combat, rewarding you with head-turning, powerful loot that then inspires your next set of character builds."
"Godfall’s designed from the ground up with co-op in mind. You can play the entire game in solo, duo or trio. Your enemies will respond dynamically, mutating their behavior and attack patterns based on your group size. Our goal for co-op is stronger together, and fun for all."
Stay tuned for more information as soon as it becomes available.
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