The mortal shell, a dark action role-playing game (RPG) by developer Cold Symmetry was revealed last week and has generated a lot of hype. The creators released a trailer, showing some of the creatures in the game, while also giving us an underlying story like Douchebag Workout 2.
Based in a shattered world filled with dark creatures, the player has to rekindle one of the lost soldiers. You unleash their mortals, which gives you an understanding of their fighting techniques and fighting. Your main objective is hidden to discover holies and bid on “Dark Father”. You won’t know who the Dark Father is until you play the game for yourself.
Mortal shell features
- Find Mortal Shells for your Playstyle – You can acquire the combat understanding of the lost survivors, once you awaken the. So find as many Shells as you can and get a better understanding of the game. This will help you discover your play style for the game.
- Iron Sharpens Iron – Combat is strategic. So, find your opportunities and then unleash your blows.
- Non-direct Campaign – You can draw your path in the game. It’s not set in stone that you only have to go a certain way.
- Upgrade Paths – The more your association with every Mortal Shell develops, the better you can saddle their natural abilities. You can study dark arcane for supernatural powers for your blade. Or you can sharpen it with acid. Or even craft your upgrades. Whatever suits you.
- Face Haunting Foes – Enemies, committed to divine beings protect your way. Grotesque animals will come in your path but don’t let that stop your journey. Make your way through the game.
Mortal Shell Release Date
Mortal Shell has not given a date for its release. But, it is confirmed that the game will be available on PC, PS 4, and Xbox One and is scheduled for the third quarter in 2020.
The game will be coming on Steam for PC.
More about Mortal Shell
There have not been perfect Soulslike games in the past. Two exceptions to this are Bloodborne and Secaro: Shadow dies twice, both from the software.
The game has been compared to Secaro according to its graphics. Of course, we can only know this once the game releases, but will the game be a new addition to the list of fantastic Soulslike games? I guess well we’ll just have to wait and see. But, I think this is a safe bet because veterans have developed the game with a passion for the Soulslike genre.
If you have hasn’t seen the trailer yet, here is the link:
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