Bless Unleashed Is Now Available On The PS4
Any time a game gets put on a platform for free, that’s an offering worth celebrating. At no cost, gamers can check out a game that might be under the radar or a title they had no prior plans of playing.
If you enjoy multiplayer MMO experiences and play on the PS4, then you might want to look into Bless Unleashed by Round 8 Studios. It’s out now on the platform for free, which means now is the perfect time to jump in on the open-world action and engage in some epic battles/adventures with others.
The game has a lot of fantasy-like elements based on what has been shown of the monsters and landscapes you’ll have the pleasure of navigating around. The open-ended design gives added depth to your adventures. What you discover and who you come in contact with is always a mystery, and that excitement will stay with you however many times you decide to come back.
Players have the chance to level up their character and collect meaningful loot, as is typically the case with most online MMOs. Where Bless Unleashed looks particularly unique is the storytelling elements. You have a grand tale to look forward to where your actions shape how everything plays out.
There is thus added wait and that isn’t typically a characteristic of a free-to-play game. Usually, the stories are pretty basic and then you’re left to do whatever you please with a grinding system at play.
That doesn’t seem to be the case for Bless Unleashed. It appears the developer wanted to make players care just as much about the story as their own character progression. That could be this game’s ticket to gaining a large following on the PS4 early on.
There is also an emphasis on help from the gods. Your lands are in shambles and you’ll have to rely on deities to help you put back the pieces. Who are these gods and what are their true intensions with your story arch? These questions make Bless Unleashed a pretty unique MMO that should provide hours of content.
You can go out exploring a diverse type of environments, from deserted lands to areas filled to the brim in trees. How your story unfolds is completely up to you. Do you go to battle and complete quests alone or do you join up in a party? That’s completely up to you if you download this game for free on your PS4.
Published at Fri, 23 Oct 2020 00:06:01 +0000
The Horror Game Scorn Has New Gameplay Footage Running On The Xbox Series X
Many gamers are excited about the pending release of the Xbox Series X from Microsoft. By all accounts, it is exactly what a lot of people wanted out of a next-gen console. It has a PC-like look, incredible specs, and seems to be gaining grounds in the exclusive game department.
One title that will be releasing strictly on the Xbox Series X is Scorn, a first-person shooter horror game being developed by Ebb Software. When it was first revealed to be inspired by the works of H.R. Giger — who’s notorious for his fantastic sci-fi creations like Alien — many were already on board.
Finally, some gameplay has come out featuring Scorn playing on the Xbox Series X. So if you’ve wanted to see what a horror experience is like on a next-gen console, the trailer up above is worth your time.
Even just in the few sequences of the trailer, Giger inspirations are on full display. The environment the player moves through is reminiscent of sets in the Alien movies. There is a bio-mechanical feel about them, almost as if they’re a living being.
The settings definitely make Scorn stand out in a space that’s growing to be pretty crowded as of late. The alien creatures also paint a promising picture. Their origins are mysterious and add tension to your exploration. Even the main weapon shown in the trailer seems to have been chiseled out of some bones from a foreign creature.
Scorn is a fresh take on the horror genre. It is teeming in atmosphere and that begs you to keep going, learning more about the environments you now find yourself encompassed in.
The Alien movie franchise is beloved by many, but unfortunately, the games have been hit or miss. The later turns out usually being true and that’s too bad because xenomorphs are an incredible creation that fans never get tired of seeing.
Scorn looks to be doing the Alien franchise justice. Although you probably won’t be pitted against a terrifying alien serpent, the enemies featured thus far look pretty unique. You can bet there will be some pretty big surprises the further along you get in the story.
There are a lot of great games coming out for both next-gen consoles, but Scorn could be a huge win for the Xbox Series X. It’s a title you don’t want to miss if you’re a fan of sci-fi, horror, or shooters.
Published at Thu, 22 Oct 2020 23:42:52 +0000