Forspoken is an action RPG developed by Luminous Productions and published by Square Enix.
It is set in the magical land of Athia, featuring a superpowered woman named Frey Holland as protagonist.
Square Enix's upcoming action RPG has been delayed again, but how much of a concern is that?
Square Enix's open world action RPG was set to launch for PS5 and PC in October, but has ben pushed back by a few more months.
The development footage sees Frey looking for information on Tanta Sila's castle and learning more about her fearsome opponent.
Keiji Matsuda talks about improvements made to the Luminous Engine's global illumination along with a new technique called Reversed-Z.
Forspoken is currently scheduled to launch for PS5 and PC in October, but recent reports have suggested that it could possibly be delayed.
Based on whether Square Enix can get Final Fantasy 16 ready for this year, it may push Forspoken back again, as per XboxEra's Nick Baker.
Teppei Ono, technical director of the Luminous Engine, discusses the upcoming Forspoken's impressive load times on the PS5.
Creative director Raio Mitsuno wants to make sure the banter is "timed nicely" where it doesn't feel like too much or too little.
Athia has several dungeons that Frey can explore where dangerous enemies, crafting resources and other threats lay in wait.
Frey's magical arsenal is showcased over eight minutes of gameplay. She also has a levitation spell to glide with (or risk fall damage).
Check out the benefits of FidelityFX's Ambient Occlusion, Screen Space Reflections and Super Resolution 1.0 in the upcoming action RPG.
Over six minutes of new gameplay show some of the enemies and a mini-boss that you'll be taking on in upcoming action RPG Forspoken.
The focus on magic and how it interweaves with, the setting, and the journey of Frey Holland could make for an unforgettable experience.
Though possessing more greenery, there are still hostile creatures and Tanta Prav's forces - including the Pitiless Arbiter - to deal with.
Learn more about the 20 spells that Frey Holland can utilize, from slices and water pillars to binding enemies and inflicting poison.
The action RPG is slated to release on October 11th for PS5 and PC, having been delayed from its original May 24th release.
The three categories of spells include your regular damage-dealers; support spells like Bind and Prime; and powerful ultimate attacks.
As Game Informer's cover story for the month, the actrion will receive more details on side activities and the region of Avoalet.
Luminous Productions' massive action RPG was originally slated to release in May. The additional time will be used for polishing.
Microsoft's DirectStorage API, designed around bringing about significant I/O and loading improvements, will be supported by Square Enix's upcoming RPG.
Leaker AccountNGT believes that the delay could be officially announced at the rumored PlayStation event slated for this month.
Scenes involving "additional acts of violence" like "a character attempting to jump off a building; monsters killing civilians" and more described.
The action RPG will also boast "tactile feedback when you’re using the different types of magic" thanks to the DualSense's adaptive triggers.
Frey has quite the arsenal of powerful magic spells at her disposal, from raining down bolts to water spheres and exploding traps.
Square Enix will be introducing a $70 price point for the PC platform with its upcoming releases Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and Forspoken.
Unique gear and items are provided on pre-purchasing. The Digital Deluxe Edition also provides early access to the "In Tanta We Trust" DLC.
Once a just ruler, the Tanta of Justice is now an executioner who doles out punishment based on her own twisted judgment.
Developed by Luminous Productions, the title sees Frey Holland transported to Athia to battle against the blight and defeat the Tantas.
Creative director Raio Mitsuno also notes that Frey and Cuff are both very blunt, and will argue often, sometimes even during battles.
Other games confirmed for the event include Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier, Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, and more.
New details on Cuff, Frey's magical bracelet companion; the Tantas, including the strongest, Tanta Sila; and more detailed.
Luminous Productions' upcoming action RPG drops several new gameplay and story details in its newest trailer.
Ella Balinska, who is playing the protagonist in Square Enix's upcoming Forspoken, has suggested that we might be seeing more of the game soon.
Luminous Productions studio head Takeshi Aramaki speaks about implementation of AMD's FSR in the upcoming Forspoken.
AMD's supersampling tech has launched today, with an initial batch of seven games supporting it, and more confirmed to add support down the line.
Frey's agility and combat prowess can be seen in new gameplay bits.
New stills from the game's recent trailer were also shared.
New gameplay footage has also been shown off.
The new dates come from Sony's CES.
When Sony did their first major PS5 showcase, a title that popped up was Project Athia. It was something of a head-scratcher since it's clearly a working title and it was something from Square Enix ... Read More
It won't come to other consoles until that exclusivity period is over.
Sounds very Final Fantasy-ish.
Using node-based tools, the engine fills large areas with houses, rivers and other items in real time.
Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda says players can "freely move around the game world."
It’s interesting to see how developers leverage PlayStation 5 technology to push these titles into the ninth-gen.
Luminous Productions' next big adventure is finally unveiled.