Video: Raven flight and open-world combat in a 16-minute roguelite action gameplay animation demo on the Ravenbound journey

Developers from Swedish studio Systemic Reaction took part in the group Avalanche Studios (Just Cause) and presented 16 minutes of action in their open-world roguelite fantasy action game Ravenbound. This video was posted on YouTube via IGN.

Image source: Systemic reaction.

Ravenbound is a fantasy fantasy world inspired by Swedish folklore. Players will have to rid him of dark forces as Vessel, which contains a powerful weapon created by the ancient Raven gods. After a hero dies, a warrior becomes the Ravens’ guide after death, gaining previously unlocked skills.

On foot or in flight, it is here that downstream can be explored in the form of an elf. You have to fight with big troll, huldra and draugr creatures. After defeating enemies, you can draw cards using new materials such as weapons, magic, and more. This will disable the chances of the next heroes with randomly selected skills. According to the developers, the environment and opponents are constantly changing, and new monsters, locations, and tests may arrive at the most unexpected time.

It was a city/dungeon, a man-made army, a friendly human sector, and a large-scale battle with different techniques and skills, and the choice of maps. The authors warned that at this stage of development, bugs and textures can be found until the present moment.

The announcement made by Ravenbound was due to last in August of this year. We are very excited to experiment with this new genre, said Simon Laserna, who was the lead player at the time of filming. With our open world heritage as well as roguelite mechanics and beautiful mobs from the Swedish forests, it was a challenge.

Ravenbound is slated for Steam soon (no date specified). On the official website, applications can be accepted to participate in beta testing. The tests are taking place soon. It was a confirmed text translation into Russian. Recommended requirements include an Intel Core i7-4770 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X processor, 16GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 with 8GB of video memory.

Ravenbound is a third project from Systemic Reaction. In 2019, the studio released “Generate Zero”, a cooperative first-person shooter, and in 2020, “Three Extinction”, a dinosaur destruction game of the same genre. The latter is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, while the latter is in early access for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and S (final release October 20). Both games have a rating of 73% on Steam (in the first case, 17.6 thousand reviews, in the second quarter; in the third case, the media did not take Generation Zero very seriously (in the 3DNews review , he received just 3/10).

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