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E3 2021 takes place June 12-15 as a re-imagined, all-virtual on-line occasion. Nintendo, Xbox, Bethesda, Square Enix, Sega, Bandai Namco, Ubisoft, Capcom, and others will ship new online game bulletins, trailers, launch dates, and extra.
Three years after its announcement, Babylon’s Fall received a brand new trailer and extra particulars than ever earlier than at Square Enix’s E3 2021 presentation on Sunday. Among these particulars was the truth that the sport is being developed and deliberate as a live-service sport, in line with developer PlatinumGames.
In a quick developer message after the E3 trailer, members of Babylon’s Fall’s improvement staff defined that the sport will obtain updates after its launch that embrace new content material. According to the sport’s YouTube trailer description, this content material will embrace “game modes” and will probably be launched free of charge.
The builders additionally defined that the sport will probably be playable in single participant, but in addition enable gamers to staff up in teams of 4 to finish dungeons — which is a potential place for a number of the new content material to come back in. It’s not clear if the co-op will probably be restricted to dungeons, or if it is going to be accessible in the remainder of the sport as effectively.
Outside of its newly introduced live-service components, Babylon’s Fall appears fairly much like what Square Enix and PlatinumGames have proven earlier than. It’s nonetheless an action-RPG, with a heavy emphasis on hack-and-slash fight, and it’s nonetheless set within the glowing metropolis of Neo Babylon, a setting that appears to combine excessive fantasy and Biblical components.
This new trailer additionally confirmed that the sport could be coming to PlayStation 5, in addition to the beforehand introduced platforms of PlayStation 4 and PC. Unfortunately, one factor the sport doesn’t have is a launch date, though you’ll be able to join the beta on the game’s official website.