Today, United Label released a new trailer for its upcoming Eldest Souls, which will be released on July 29 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game will feature souls-like gameplay featuring a relentless onslaught of bosses.
Eldest Souls, the upcoming soulslike boss-rush game from indie publisher, United Label, just dropped an epic new animated trailer, depicting a taste of the brutal combat that awaits. Appropriately titled, ‘At the Door of Death’, this latest cinematic offers a glimpse into the vast, foreboding Citadel, inhabited by the calamitous Old Gods. Eldest Souls is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC on July 29, 2021.
Created by indie development team, Fallen Flag Studios, Eldest Souls is a ferociously challenging, pixel-art boss-rush game with a focus on fast-paced melee combat. Players must explore the consecrated Citadel, dripping in gorgeous 16-bit attention-to-detail, in search of the Old Gods – and engage in savage, soulslike-inspired combat, where every moment counts.
Deep within the world’s labyrinthine passages, players will also encounter intriguing NPCs, compelling questlines and a series of ominous mysteries, as they slowly uncover the truth behind the Old Gods and their agelong imprisonment…
● Ferocious, fast-paced, soulslike inspired combat
● A series of uniquely challenging Boss-Rush combat encounters
● A cast of intriguing NPCs and challenging questlines
● Glorious pixel-perfect graphic style, dripping in gorgeous attention-to-detail
● Extensive skill tree resulting in a multitude of ability combinations for a fully customizable combat style
Eldest Souls is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC on July 29, 2021, and can be added to Steam Wishlists and GOG Wishlists now.
Check out the trailer, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.
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