Black Myth: Wukong impresses with 8 minutes of gameplay
Revealed two years ago, Black Myth: Wukong drew attention for putting the classic Chinese legend of the Monkey King into a game in the style of dark souls. Little news has been released since then, but the title has finally won two new and promising previews.
The first one is an unprecedented video with approximately 8 minutes of gameplay, released by Nvidia. Of course, the highlight goes to the beautiful graphics, which take advantage of lighting with ray tracing and DLSS technology, which helps to make an image even clearer.
In the snippet, we can see protagonist Sun Wukong exploring a mystical forest, collecting items, interacting with a shrine (which seems to function like the fires in Dark Souls) and facing enemies — including a boss, giving us a better idea of the pace of combat. will have.
The second preview is an unprecedented cinematic scene with about 6 minutes that was released by the developer, the studio Game Science, where we see several characters interacting. Once again, the visuals are impressive, with beautiful animations and textures. Check out:
The last news that the game received was exactly one year ago, when it received a trailer also released by Nvidia, with 12 minutes of never-before-seen footage. Earlier in the same year, the title even had a gameplay preview released.
Black Myth: Wukong has no release date announced. The game was originally slated for a 2023 release, but the new trailers make no mention of the matter, hinting at possible schedule changes.