New trailers released for The Surge 2 and Citadel: Forged With Fire

Focus Home Interactive has released the launch trailer for its upcoming action RPG, The Surge 2. On the other hand, Blue Isle Studios has revealed Citadel: Forged With Fire’s release date via a new gameplay trailer.

The Surge 2 presents a harsh, sci-fi, dystopian world to explore and survive. Players can create their own character and decide how to approach the hardcore melee combat, putting their reactions and RPG character-building skills to the test. The game promises to feature deep character progression and customization, letting you decide how to equip yourself and handle enemies. Furthermore, The Surge 2 promises to feature many additions over the original game, including challenging but rewarding directional parries and companion drones. Lastly, limb-targeting and executions return new and improved, allowing players to loot and equip everything they see on their enemies.

Citadel: Forged With Fire is an online sandbox RPG, featuring elements of magic, spellcasting, building, exploring and crafting. As a newly minted apprentice of the magic arts, you will set off to the dangerous world of Ignus. Tame mighty beasts, forge alliances, explore uncharted territories or fight for dominance

The Surge 2 releases on September 24th, whereas Citadel: Forged With Fire releases on November 1st.


The Surge 2 - Launch Trailer

Citadel: Forged With Fire | Coming to PS4 & Xbox One November 1, 2019

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