Immortals Fenyx Rising feature

Microsoft Store has leaked the release date and new screenshots for Ubisoft’s Immortals: Fenyx Rising

It appears Ubisoft cannot catch a break these days. After the Prince of Persia Remake leak, here comes another one. Microsoft Store has leaked the release date and new screenshots for Gods & Monsters, which is now called Immortals: Fenyx Rising.

In Immortals: Fenyx Rising, players will assume the role of Fenyx who is on a quest to save the Greek gods from a dark curse. Players will wield the powers of the gods to battle powerful mythological beasts in the air or on the ground, and solve ancient puzzles.

According to the store, Immortals: Fenyx Rising will release on December 3rd. Now that seems a weird release date so this could very well be a placeholder.

We expect Ubisoft to officially re-reveal this game on September 10th, during its Ubisoft Forward event.

Lastly, you can find below the key features for Immortals: Fenyx Rising.

  • Wield the powers of the gods like Achilles’ sword and Daidalos’ wings to battle powerful enemies and solve ancient puzzles.
  • Fight iconic mythological beasts like Cyclops and Medusa in dynamic combat in the air and on the ground.
  • Use your skills and diverse weapons, including self-guided arrows, telekinesis, and more, for devastating damage.
  • Discover a stylized open world across seven unique regions, each inspired by the gods.

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