This is Nightingale, a new Nightingale extended gameplay overview, released to celebrate Early Access launch

Nightingale released in Early Access today and to celebrate a new extended gameplay overview, This is Nightingale, was released which showcases what players can expect from the PVE survival-crafting game, including glimpses of the character customization mechanics, building and crafting, combat, weapons, how exploration via Realm Cards works, and more. You can view the trailer above and read below for more details:

This is Nightingale” shows what players can expect from the PVE  survival-crafting game, coming very soon to PC via Steam and Epic Game Store.

The new trailer showcases character customization, building and crafting, weapons and combat, exploration using Realm Cards, Apex creatures, Dungeons and multiplayer features. The latter includes The Watch, a social hub where Realmwalkers can meet, plan adventures, pick up quests or jump into challenging dungeons together.

Inflexion Games has also confirmed a Twitch Drops campaign will be available at launch, from February 20 to 27. Unlock an exclusive, unique and Victorian-stylish teckel dog pet that will join the players during their adventures in the Fae Realms by watching any participating channel on Twitch.

Nightingale is a PVE survival-crafting game that challenges players to discover, explore and survive the mysterious Faewilds. Set in a Victorian gaslamp fantasy world, the game can be played solo or teamed up with up to 5 friends. Players traverse across the Realms and open portals to new destinations by crafting Realm Cards, while building and customizing estates, and fighting to survive.

Nightingale is set to release on February 20th, 2024 via Steam and Epic Games Store. Players who wish to know more can visit, join the official Discord, and wishlist Nightingale now on both platforms.

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