The inevitable Darksiders 3 has leaked on Amazon. According to the leak, the game is in development at Gunfire Games, a relatively new studio, and apparently, Darksiders 3 is the first high-profile game from the studio. The description reads that players must "harness [her] magic to unleash her various forms-each granting her access to new weapons, moves, and traversal abilities". Until then, enjoy the following screenshots! Hopefully Fury's Collection will come to Steam soon.
As spotted by Gematsu, an Amazon listing suggests that Darksiders 3 will launch on December 31, 2018 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Developer Gunfire Games, whose work includes virtual reality game Chronos and the Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition remaster, is working on Darksiders 3. The screenshots below were also found on the listing page for the game. She's described as "the most unpredictable and enigmatic of the Four Horsemen".
This third game is going to be set in an open-world, and players will take on the role of Fury, one of the four riders of the apocalypse, and someone who wants to restore the balance between good and evil. Unlike its previous entries that use linear handcrafted levels, Darksiders 3 will feature a form of open-world map for more freedom of exploration. The game will see you trying to defeat the Seven Deadly Sins and their various servants in a rather impressive post-apocalyptic environment. "Darksiders III is the long-anticipated, third chapter in the critically-acclaimed Darksiders franchise".
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