Shadow of the Colossus-inspired Praey for the Gods targets a 2018 release, Closed Alpha delayed to 2018

No Matter Studios has announced that its Shadow of the Colossus inspired title, Praey for the Gods, has been delayed to 2018. According to the team, this delay will give the team more time to continue and refine the game’s mechanics.

No Matter Studios also revealed that the Closed Alpha testing for Praey for the Gods will also take place next year.

As the team claimed:

“We also realize that we won’t be hitting our initial 2017 release window. We will also be shifting our Closed Alpha and future releases into 2018.”

These past months, No Matter Studios has refined the game’s combat and character response. The team has also made further improvements to its camera tech.

Praey for the Gods is a third-person survival game that draws inspiration from Shadow of the Colossus. The game was originally named Prey for the Gods, however No Matter Studios was forced to change its title to Praey for the Gods.

In Praey for the Gods, players take the role of a lone hero sent to the edge of a dying world. Players will have to discover the mystery behind a never-ending winter. Players will also have to survive the colossal dangers that they encounter.

No Matter Studios has also claimed that the game won’t feature any microtransactions.

Praey for the Gods looks like a really promising title. Not only that, but the PC lacks games such as Shadow of the Colossus. As such, we are pretty sure that a lot of PC gamers will appreciate it.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

John Papadopoulos

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