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New The Lords of the Fallen 4K screenshots show what Unreal Engine 5 may be capable of

CI Games has released a new set of beautiful 4K screenshots for The Lords of the Fallen. The Lords of the Fallen will be powered by Unreal Engine 5, and these screenshots may give us a glimpse at what the engine is capable of.

Now the reason I used the word “may” is because these look like bullshots. I’d love to see the game looking like this, however, these screenshots look fishy.

The Lords of the Fallen takes place more than a thousand years after the events of the first game. Players will embark on an all-new adventure in a vast, interconnected world, more than five times larger than the original game.

The Lords of the Fallen promises to have lots of NPC quests, compelling characters, and rich narrative where players will need to create their own hero before tackling the single-player campaign. Players will also have the option to invite a second player to join their adventure in an uninterrupted online co-op.

Furthermore, players will be able to fully customize their character’s appearance from a wide array of visual options. Players will also be able to develop their own playstyle by upgrading stats, weapons, armour and spells before. And lastly, the game will offer nine classes to choose from.


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