The Lords of the Fallen release date rumours, gameplay, and story

CI Games’ iconic action-RPG game is back with a reboot and we have everything you need to know about The Lords of the Fallen release date right here

The Lords of the Fallen release date: a man who looks like Sauron and a dragon in the sky

CI Games’ cult hit action-RPG souls-like Lords of the Fallen is getting a little reboot and we can’t wait to jump into this huge world of dangerous beasts and powerful foes in the newly announced – and aptly named spiritual successor to the 2014 release – The Lords of the Fallen. Yeah, we know… Why change a name that isn’t broken, right? If you want to know when it’s coming out, we have everything you need to know about The Lords of the Fallen release date right here.

Set a thousand or more years after the first title, this isn’t going to be the Lords of the Fallen you know and love. It’s going to be a lot different and over five times larger than the world players could explore in the 2014 game. We have everything you need to know right here – including the latest on any gameplay details and what players can expect from the narrative.

The Lords of the Fallen release date Speculation

We hate to break it to you, but at the moment we don’t have any information about The Lords of the Fallen release date. There are rumours that it’s coming in 2023, though – but they don’t specify when just yet.

CI Games has confirmed that this game will be available as a next-gen exclusive – on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

The Lords of the Fallen story

After an age of the cruellest tyranny, Adyr has been defeated and aeons later, his resurrection draws near. As one of the fabled Dark Crusaders, journey through both the realms of the living and the dead challenging colossal threats along the way.

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The Lords of the Fallen gameplay

The Lords of the Fallen will feature the familiar souls-like experience, with online co-op gameplay for the first time in the series. There are more than 100 brutal weapons to choose from metal to arcane attacks and a total of nine character classes with full customisation options for your character.

In addition to regular combat, your lantern possesses the ability to cross between worlds allowing you to use dark arts to reach forgotten places, find treasures, and manipulate your foes. You can see a first tease of the gameplay below:

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Well, we know it isn’t a lot but that’s all we know about The Lords of the Fallen release date right now. Will this be one of the best PS5 RPG games or the best Xbox RPG games when it drops? We hope so – the first one is an underrated classic.