Anunciado na Bethesda E3 2019.
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Its release date will be Holiday 2020, and it will be a PS5 exclusive on consoles but will also launch on PC.
DEATHLOOP is a uniquely Arkane take on the first-person shooter genre, and it is being developed for a new generation of hardware. DEATHLOOP will launch on console exclusively for PlayStation 5 this holiday season and will run at 4K/60FPS at launch. DEATHLOOP will also be launching on PC at the same time.
Leveraging the PS5’s cutting-edge graphics and technology like haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, DEATHLOOP invites you into a beautiful and immersive world – the truest signature of an Arkane game. With stunning and stylish environments, memorable combat encounters, and the freedom to tackle each mission at your own pace, this is Arkane like you’ve never seen (or felt) it before, taken to the next level thanks to the PlayStation 5.
Arkane Studios is well-known for its love of systemic game design, which allows players to approach combat encounters and puzzles in myriad ways; and now, the team is taking its artistic approach to game design and building something new: Deathloop. Set on the chilly island of Blackreef, Deathloop is a story about a hapless hero named Colt Vahn who’s trapped inside an eternal timeloop with a secret society. To make matters worse, they’re all trying to kill him. For this month’s cover story, we take a deep dive into Deathloop. You can look forward to in-depth interviews about the creation of the game, how Arkane is approaching multiplayer opportunities, a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Deathloop’s characters, and of course, a slew of exclusive gameplay that will be featured on our YouTube channel. To get even more information on Deathloop, you can also read our 14-page cover story with a digital or print subscription, wherein we break down our exclusive demo in detail, highlight many of Colt’s phenomenal powers, and explain some of the many approaches that players can take through Deathloop’s open-ended environments.