New uncut gameplay and scene show Game Sciene is not kidding
NVIDIA has released a new video 8 minutes of new Black Myth gameplay: Wukong, a Chinese spirit-like creature, developed in Unreal Engine 5. The game has attracted a lot of attention for its realism and seemingly well-honed gameplay mechanics, which are very important elements in games of this genre.
Black Myth: Wukong runs in 4K with ray tracing effects in addition to DLSS enabled. The new video shows more of, say, raw gameplay, with no cropping or video editing. We see the hero try to face the boss and then run and collect things, which is common in this type of game play (especially in the escape part).
Overall, and mostly graphically speaking, the new video still surprises. Lighting effects, particles, textures, everything is done with whimsy worthy of AAA games from major studios.
A game like Soul
As I said before, gameplay is a very important element in Soulmate, and Black Myth: Wukong looks like it’s going to do it in an above-average state. The fluidity of the movements, be it running, walking, attacking in combat, dodging, in addition to the movements of the different and strange enemies, are all very believable.
Check out the details of Black Myth: Wukong, a Chinese RPG with stunning graphics
The game is based on Chinese culture and folklore, so the creatures and settings follow that style. In the fight against the little dragon, the hero of the monkey becomes something difficult to define. Transformations are not common in games like Soul, which guarantees even more variety in gameplay.
In addition to the gameplay released by NVIDIA, the game’s official channel has released a six-minute scene with humans for the first time, and the result is surprising, to say the least.
The game is developed by the Chinese studio Game Science (or Heishenhua). What’s notable about these new trailers is that the developer isn’t pushing a 2023 release window like they used to. The official website states that the game will be released for PC and “other mainstream consoles” when they “feel satisfied as gamers”.