Here are 22 minutes of gameplay footage from 3D Realms’ Quake Engine-powered, WRATH: Aeon of Ruin

3D Realms has released a new video, showing 22 minutes of gameplay footage from the PAX East 2019 build of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin. This retro first-person shooter is powered by the Quake Engine and promises to embrace the timeless elements of classic titles such as DOOM, QUAKE, DUKE NUKEM 3D, BLOOD, UNREAL and HEXEN and carries them into the 21st century.

Players will explore a vast world shrouded in darkness, passionately crafted by the hands of expert Quake scene necromancers, will have access to nine weapons and will traverse 3 hubs and 15 enormous, interconnected levels crawling with hordes of enemies, lore and ancient secrets.

The game is also built from the ground up to be easily moddable. Make your own levels, weapons and characters. From day one, the very tools used to create WRATH will be available for all.

3D Realms and 1C Company aim to release WRATH: Aeon of Ruin this Summer on the PC.


WRATH: Aeon of Ruin [PAX Pre-Alpha Gameplay]

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