Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty trailer unveils compelling action inspired by medieval Chinese stories!
Boss fights including demonic beasts and legendary warriors are highlighted in the new Action video for Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. The trailer came out after digital pre-orders are placed.
About Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
Like the famous Chinese epic Romance of the Three Kingdoms and other computer games like Dynasty Warriors, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is set in a fantastical retelling of the Three Kingdoms era. In the preview, we see the protagonist face up against and work with historical characters including Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Zhao Yun, and Lu Bu. There are also demon-infested animal bosses featured, such as a gigantic demon-infested boar, an alligator that can throw projectiles, and a big ape.
What’s in the gameplay trailer?
The Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty gameplay trailer reveals a battle between regular soldiers and a powerful supernatural monster. As seen in a wide range of settings, Wo Long’s warrior avoids and deflects blows, strikes back with kicks and other martial arts responses, and finally puts an end to his foes with a swift and brutal death. Swords, scimitars, spears, and axes are all within his reach. Tools like smoke bombs and what look like fire powder are also shown in the clip.
Pre-orders of the digital version of the game may be made at this time, with the game’s release date set for March 3, 2023. Get the Baihu Armor with every pre-order, whether it’s digital or physical. The Zhuque Armor is also available for digital pre-orders. Crown of Zhurong and Crown of Gonggong will be available as DLC, and a steel book version will be made available upon launch. The Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty demo is available for those with an Xbox Series X|S or a PlayStation 5. At the same time as the Game Pass and console versions debut, the game will also be available on PC, and we made sure we have created a list of what to buy for the perfect gaming setup.
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