Developer The Outsiders has just introduced the first gameplay of Darkborn. This is a first-person action-fantasy fantasy game formerly known as Project Wight. In this game, players will take on the role of a creature hunted by humans instead of heroes to save the world. Darkborn is expected to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC systems.
The player plays an innocent creature hunted by a group of pirates with a resemblance to the Vikings, called The Pale Enemy. These hunters torture, kill and perform horrific sacrifices on the blood and dead bodies of the creatures in Darkborn.
During the course of the game, you will experience the lives of generations of Darkborn. Indignation and resentment motivate you to take revenge on The Pale Enemy to erase the horrible memories of witnessing what your fellow human beings have to endure.
He just woke up after a nightmare. The sight of the orcs and the human army clashes on the battlefield as the sky burned above them.
It is shown in a great way. This battle took place in an early ancestor of today’s famous Blizzard cinema. But unlike in the previous two games, there is no glory for it. The old morally simple battles are recorded in the language of regret. The revised old victory is crazy cyclically.
We can see the horror on his face at first, and then the sadness. And just like that, Warcraft orcs are given something they never really had before.
Generally for a party but probably will eventually kill each other. Disposable. Bad on tactics but too much for it really matters. Disposable. Just good enough to fight to make our heroes look cool, but never good enough to pose a real threat.
However, this is not what makes them love and endure. Sure, they are often hilarious. Mostly fearless. But they are also permanent bystanders. Sometimes, like the teased giants of Warhammer 40,000 and Blizzard. They are punished.