Lords of the Fallen - New Interviews & Previews
I rounded up a bunch of new links to various previews, and interviews this week for Lords of the Fallen. So sit back and read a wall or text, and watch a few videos.
Lets get started with the new previews.
Video Gamer - "900p on Xbox One, 1080p on PS4"
Gop discussed the differences between the two versions in a new gameplay walkthrough, explaining that the two games were "pretty much similar," but "probably the resolution [on Xbox One] is like 900p instead of 1080p on PlayStation 4. But apart from that there's nothing different I would say."
Polygon - "How Lords of the Fallen won over this skeptical Dark Souls fan"
Of course, Lords of the Fallen is not actually a Souls game, and the more I've played of it, the more I understand how it differentiates itself. At a certain point, I realized how openly I'd been speaking about it in comparison to Dark Souls, and I apologized. Gop doesn't mind the comparison, though. He's open about the inspiration, and he believes there's room for more games like this in the world.
"There aren't a ton of Souls clones," Gop said. "We're not going to be one of dozens. And we're not trying to top Dark Souls. It would be stupid to say that we can do what they do better. But we have our own take on it."
Next we have one text interview, and two video interviews.
With combat that requires you to be tactical, strategic, and careful, the upcoming third-person fantasy action game Lords Of The Fallen — which Namco Bandai will release October 28th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC — might seem like yet another Dark Souls wannabe. But in talking to executive producer Tomasz Gop from CI Games while trying my best to play it, it became clear that Lords Of The Fallen is trying to do something different…but not a lot different.
In this Let's Play of Lords of the Fallen, executive producer Tomasz Gop walks us through some brand new gameplay about 40% into the game with a new boss battle. This was captured from the PS4 version of the game in 1080p. Enjoy
Brand new boss battle gameplay from chunky next-gen action role-playing game Lords of the Fallen. Eurogamer writer Bertie plays the game with Lords of the Fallen executive producer Tomasz Gop, who helps him through.
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