Lords of the Fallen’s launch trailer welcomes players back to Mournstead

There’s not long now until players will be able to dive headlong into Lords of the Fallen. Hexworks and CI Studios have revealed the launch trailer for the game which gives fans a two-minute teaser of what’s to come when Lords of the Fallen launches on 13 October 2023.

Set in Mounstead and across both the Axiom and Umbral planes, Lords of the Fallen is a reboot of the game with the same name released in 2014. Players will take on the role of humanity’s last hope as demon god Adyr threatens to return.

Lords of the Fallen

Playing as the Lampbearer, players will traverse the worlds of the living and the dead and fight all manner of monstrosities as they fight to save the world. Lords of the Fallen can be played solo as well as via “seamless, uninterrupted co-op.”

Releasing on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X, Lords of the Fallen is purely current-gen and makes use of Unreal Engine 5. Forgoing lat-gen platforms, Lords of the Fallen can deliver a power-packed experience without sacrificing visual fidelity.

Pre-orders are still open and Lords of the Fallen will be available on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X on 13 October 2023.

Leo Stevenson
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