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New trailers for Second Extinction, Werewolf the Apocalypse, Metal: Hellsinger & more

IGN has launched its Summer of Gaming 2020 event, and revealed some new game trailers. So, instead of dedicating an article per game, we’ve decided to collect all of them and share them with you.

The first gameplay video that you can find below is for Second Extinction. Second Extinction is a mutant dinosaur-fueled, Left 4 Dead-esque, three-player co-op. This game uses the APEX Engine and promises to have a lot of action with dinosaurs.

Second Extinction: 11 Minutes of Gameplay & Dev Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

The second game trailer we have is for Werewolf the Apocalypse. Unfortunately, though, this is a cinematic trailer and nothing more. I know that a lot of Werewolf the Apocalypse were looking forward to it. However, it appears that it will be a while until we see some gameplay footage from it.

Werewolf the Apocalypse - Earthblood Official Cinematic Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020

The third gameplay trailer is for Metal: Hellsinger. Metal Hellsinger combines an FPS, a rhythm game, and some face-melting metal riffs into a truly unique gaming experience as you battle your way through hell to a beat.

Metal: Hellsinger - Official Reveal Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020

Lastly,  you can also find new trailers for Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX and The Waylanders.

Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX - Official Reveal Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020

The Waylanders - Official Gameplay Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020


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