PS5 Launch Title Godfall Receives New Launch Trailer


With only a week to go till launch, Gearbox Publishing has released a new launch trailer for their PS5 launch title Godfall.

With the PlayStation 5 releasing next Thursday, there’s a ton of great launch games to choose from. From Bugsnax and The Pathless to Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon’s Souls, the PS5’s launch has something for everyone. Godfall is among that lineup and Gearbox Publishing has just released a launch trailer that shows off its story and gameplay. You can watch the trailer below.

At almost two minutes long, the launch trailer is a mix between CG cutscenes and gameplay footage. We get an idea of how the game’s third-person gameplay works and the different weapons you can use. The weapons you can use range from swords and spears, to hammers and shields. Along the way, you’ll face off against boss battles that test your skills and you become stronger once you beat them. Additionally, the trailer shows off some different environments you’ll visit which all look amazing on the PlayStation 5.

For those that don’t know, Godfall is a third-person fantasy looter-slasher from developer Counterplay Games. You’ll be able to play it alone or online with friends. Since it’s a PS5 launch game, it’ll use features such as adaptive triggers and haptic feedback.

Godfall was announced last year during The Game Awards as a PS5 exclusive. It wasn’t until this September when it was confirmed that it’ll be a launch title. Similar to games like Destiny 2 and The Division 2, Godfall will require a constant internet connection, in addition to a PS Plus account. More recently, Gearbox announced the PC specs you’ll have to reach in order to play it there.

Godfall launches on PlayStation 5 and PC on November 12. It’s available for preorder on Amazon now. The PlayStation 5 releases the same day and on November 19 worldwide. Stay tuned to DualShockers for our review of Godfall and a ton of next-gen coverage. You can check out another trailer for the game below.

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