Babylon’s Fall Shows New Gameplay Trailer During Sony’s State Of Play

Sony’s State of Play highlighted many new games, but Babylon’s Fall might be among the most exciting. Published by Square Enix in partnership with PlatinumGames, the new gameplay footage showed off the game’s spectacular, combat-focused action.

First announced at last year’s E3, Babylon’s Fall looks to continue PlatinumGames trend of creating stunning worlds jam-packed with some of the most fast-paced, off-the-wall action imaginable. PlatinumGames is responsible for previous hits such as Bayonetta, Nier: Automata, and this year’s Astral Chain.

The new footage shown during Sony’s State of Play starts by taking us though some old, dilapidated ruins before zooming in on the main character — who wastes no time getting into combat. Players will immediately notice similarities to the games mentioned above. The combat is bright, stylish, and incredibly fast. However, the entire trailer had a bit of a darker, medieval vibe to it, but we aren’t given much content as to where the story will take us. The trailer ends by stating that more information is coming in the summer.

With a name like Babylon’s Fall, it’s hard to look at the tower in the trailer and not think it’s the Tower of Babel — the tower from the Book of Genesis tale that discusses why humans speak various languages. Whether or not we can expect the game to stick closely to that story is yet to be revealed, but expect an epic story, nonetheless.

PlatinumGames has a penchant for crafting high-quality games that are a critical and commercial success. Its latest title, Astral Chain, launched on August 30th to stellar reviews and great sales. It currently sits at an 87 on Metacritic and was the best selling game on the UK charts, as well as the second best on the Japanese charts (for physical copies sold).

With Babylon’s Fall, expect more of the same, in a good way. The biggest change so far appears to be the setting. Instead of some futuristic, over-stylized world, Babylon’s Fall looks to bring gamers to a gritty medieval landscape. Of course, the stylish action is still intact.

Babylon’s Fall will be available for PC and PlayStation 4. No release date has been announced.

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