Ahead of its December release, Immortals Fenyx Rising–Ubisoft’s Breath of the Wild-style game–has completed development and gone gold.
As one of the biggest releases toward the end of 2020, Ubisoft’s upcoming Immortals Fenyx Rising–formerly known as Gods & Monsters–is set to arrive on pretty much every platform available this December. Coming on both current and next-gen platforms, Immortals is likely to cater to a bunch of different audiences with its Zelda-like inspiration, with the title now “gold” just over a month before launch.
Developer and publisher Ubisoft has announced that Immortals: Fenyx Rising has officially “gone gold” ahead of its release in December, meaning that the game has completed development and is being prepared for launch and shipping. Or in this case, as Ubisoft puts it, the game has “gone GODLY.”
We’re incredibly excited to announce that #ImmortalsFenyxRising has gone GODLY! ?
Your heroic adventure to save the gods & take on mythical monsters starts on December 3. ⚡ pic.twitter.com/li1qngGjJ0
— Immortals Fenyx Rising (@FenyxRising) October 26, 2020
Immortals Fenyx Rising was first revealed by Ubisoft at E3 2019 and initially announced under the title Gods & Monsters. Since then the title was renamed and has been reworked a bit, but retains its core idea as an action-adventure game set in a Greek mythology-inspired world. Coming from the development team behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Immortals seems to contain a lot of elements from Odyssey alongside some notable influences from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
We recently had the chance to play about four hours of Immortals ahead of its release, and from our hands-on demo with the game, there is already a lot to like from the upcoming title. Though it has a lot of familiarity to past Ubisoft open world-style games and (especially) Breath of the Wild, there are enough elements in Immortals that make it a unique experience in its own right, as well.
Immortals Fenyx Rising will release for PS5, Xbox Series X/Series S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC on December 3, 2020. For more on the game, you can also check out our hands-on written preview from DualShockers managing editor Logan Moore, along with our video preview above.
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