Here are three minutes of gameplay from battle royale RPG with Souls-like combat system, Egress

Fazan Games has released a new video, showing 3 minutes of gameplay footage from its new battle royale RPG that features a Souls-like combat system, Egress. This footage is from the game’s alpha version and looks a bit rough, so here is hoping that Fazan will further polish its animations and make various improvements/tweaks to its camera movement.

Egress will feature an alternate universe, combining the Victorian era, Lovecraft’s mythology and Retrowave with a multi-level City. Players will be able to explore streets, houses and sewer tunnels, and play in solo or with teams. The game will feature Heroes with unique abilities, weapons and the opportunity to become stronger, as well as a hardcore combat system based on melee attacks and dodges, ability combinations, as well as strengths and weaknesses of the characters, their roles and equipment.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Alternate universe, combining the Victorian era, Lovecraft’s mythology and Retrowave
  • The multi-level City. Explore streets, houses and sewer tunnels
  • Heroes with unique abilities, weapons and the opportunity to become stronger
  • Hardcore Souls-like combat system based on melee attacks and dodges, ability combinations as well as strengths and weaknesses of the characters, their roles and equipment
  • Solo or team-up modes

Enjoy!

Egress - Alpha Gameplay Footage. PC, PS4, Xone

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