A Playstation exclusive for at least 12 months, Deathloop comes from the studio that brought you the Dishonored games and looks set to be a mind-bending time-loop that will keep us guessing until completion.
But when is the violent Groundhog Day-like title being released, and what’s it all about?
Here’s everything we know so far about Deathloop.
Is there a new trailer for Deathloop?
At Sony’s recent State of Play live-stream, a brand new trailer for Deathloop was revealed, giving excited fans another early look at the game. You can take a look for yourself right here:
When is the Deathloop release date?
It’s a springtime launch for Deathloop with the game set to debut on Ps5 on 21st May, 2021. As for the other consoles, they will be able to host the game a year later, so do not expect to be playing it on the Xbox until May 2022 at the earliest.
What platforms can I get Deathloop on?
Deathloop will be available on the next-generation console the PS5 with Sony confirming it is a timed PS5 exclusive at launch. A release is expected down the line for other consoles such as the Xbox Series X. And a PC version of the game has also been confirmed.
Deathloop story: What is Deathloop about?
As per the official synopsis, here is what you can expect from the Deathloop story:
“Deathloop transports you to the mysterious island of Blackreef, where an eternal struggle between two extraordinary assassins will determine the island’s future. As Colt, you must find a way to put an end to the time-loop trapping the island in an endless cycle, all while being hunted by the island’s inhabitants.”
Can I pre-order Deathloop?
You certainly can. GAME has the game listed for the PS5 and so has Amazon. The going rate for the game, in terms of price, appears to be £59.99 – that’s not too bad compared to some of other next-gen pricing out there.
A first-person shooter action-adventure game, Deathloop sees you take on the character of Colt, an assassin caught in a time loop who finds himself stuck in Blackreef island. Colt, who has to take out eight targets by the end of the day to break the loop, is the only person who knows what is happening and his skills will develop and become enhanced as you work your way through the loops.
There will be a combination of stealth, parkour, and attack skills as you play the game and the loop will require you to learn and study the moves of your targets if you want to be successful at taking them all out.
As for multiplayer, it is included and the developers have taken a novel way of featuring it. Players can take on the role of Julianna, an assassin out to take Colt down and they will hunt you while you are playing the game and hunting your own targets. Happily, if the idea of a random tracking you down does not appeal, the function can be switched off so you can play solo.
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