Sand fantasy Atlas Fallen goes against the grain

At this year’s Gamescom, the game Atlas Fallen was presented. The creators of The Surge series, Deck13 studio, are working on it. However, instead of soulslike sci-fi action as in previous cases, the creators plunged into sand-covered fantasy.

In Atlas Fallen, humanity is enslaved by the gods. Fortunately, your character, which you can create as you wish, comes across a magic glove, with which he can control the sand and create different weapons from it. However, the glove has much more potential. And maybe he can defeat the gods themselves, you just need to find all the pieces scattered all over the world.

If you’re just grinding your teeth that we have another open world, don’t panic. In Atlas Fallen, it will not be a massive map that will immediately overwhelm you with a lot of icons. Instead, you will see individual locations that are gradually unlocked. An almost unprecedented decision for today!

And it’s not the only thing: The battle system won’t be soulslike. Instead, it benefits from dynamic movement similar to Bayonetta or Devil May Cry, and lots of different combinations of your gear. In addition, your glove gradually gains more power with successful hits until you can perform the final epic combo.

This sounds promising, as does the emphasis on story, which will be the main driver of the game, but also the fact that you can play everything in pairs with another player. Thus, Atlas Fallen could potentially be the answer for all those who want old-school style games, but with a modern flavor.

However, the developers did not reveal when exactly we will be able to see this. For now, we have to do with the indefinite date of the announcement that the game should be released next year.

Source: Games by

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