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New in-engine trailer for ELEX II shows off the game’s factions

THQ Nordic and Piranha Bytes have released a new in-engine trailer for ELEX that shows off its factions. According to the devs, the game will have five factions. These are the Berserkers, Outlaws, Albs, Clerics and Morkons.

As the press release reads:

“The Berserkers are skilled magicians, who use the power of Elex to perform all different kinds of spells. They have managed to transform the desert of Tavar into a green and lush utopia and have established an outpost in the former stronghold of the Outlaws. This faction is scattered throughout Magalan – some outlaws have joined the Berserkers when they took over Tavar, some moved to the crater landscape of Ateris, and have continued their life of crime.

The Albs have learned from their defeat in ELEX and have returned as a playable faction. Jax can once again choose to become an Alb Commander. They have reduced their usage of Elex drastically, as they have seen how effective an Alb with actual emotions can be when Jax brought down the Hybrid. They are still not the most joyful lot, but their combat prowess makes them an interesting choice. Faction number four is the Clerics, who are famous for their love of engineering and crafting powerful combat robots powered by Elex. The Clerics paid a high price in the war against the Albs. Not only did they lose their home in Ignadon but many of their brothers and sisters fell on the battlefield as well.”

Lastly, the Morkons are a brand new faction in ELEX II.

ELEX II will release on March 1st, 2022.

Enjoy!

ELEX II - Factions Trailer

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