Lords of the Fallen: ‘Gameplay Balancing And Difficulty Levels’ To Be Detailed Soon

Expect new details on the game very soon.

Posted By | On 28th, May. 2013

Earlier we had reported that City Interactive are working on a next generation role playing game.  But there were no details regarding gameplay and several other mechanics that go in to building a game based on a complex genre.

City Interactive have announced that they will be revealing more information about the game during a  Q&A session at the upcoming Role Play Convention. The event takes place in Cologne, Germany on June 1-2.

Tomasz Gop, the Executive Producer of Lords of the Fallen will be talking about several gameplay elements in the game.

“A challenge in games can be measured with the difference between randomness and skill. Our goal is to make a game that rewards players for doing what it takes to cross that gap. A game where learning skills and ultimately mastering them is the basis of fun and entertainment,” said Tomasz Gop.

As usual, we will keep you updated on any new information during the above mentioned event.

The game is due for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One in 2014.


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