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Few unreleased games are as mysterious as the lesser-known Fall of Babylon by PlatinumGames. It promises to provide the same type of action games as developer Nier's featured games: Automata and Astrai Chain, but there is not much to play except for the dark Gothic world and two tempting short trailers.
As it is, we currently do not have a release date for the Fall of Babylon. The game was originally scheduled to launch in 2019, when Square Enix was first launched in the 2018 E3 demo. At the same time, we heard very little, including the obvious absence of this year's E3. As we approach the end of 2019, it is safe to say that the initial release window may be too ambitious.
Radio Silencio defines Square Enix’s exchanges before and after the fall of Babylon, that is, until the final version of the PlayStation State of Play transmission in 2019, the action game appeared, equipped with new trailers and promises. Learn more. The trailer finally lets the audience know that they can expect more news this summer, probably at E3.
The fact that Square Enix easily showed the game in such a high-profile live broadcast indicates that development is coming to an end, or at least the developer PlatinumGames is making progress after the initial delay. Guess, 2020 seems to be the most likely candidate for launch.
We know that the fall of Babylon is targeted to PC and PlayStation 4 through Steam and PlayStation 4.
At the time of writing, there are two previews of the Fall of Babylon. The first one, found below, was shown during E3 2018, when Square Enix first announced the game.
This is a somewhat mysterious event, arranged in chronological order, mentioning severe events such as supernatural prophecies, apocalypse, soul disturbance, and divine punishment. Due to the concept art and snapshots that we consider to be old frescoes, there are heavy Gothic nuances. A short film sequence runs through the trailer, and a brief skirmish occurs between the two characters.
is the second to be shown during the PlayStation State of the Game in December 2019. This is below.
With it, we can see the visual effects of the game for the first time, or at least a stylized gameplay: fast combat, air movement, majestic structure and some seemingly tough enemies.
From the second trailer, we can assume that the Fall of Babylon will be an action movie that focuses very much on combat. The action pedigree of PlatinumGames also applies to this.
The sacred theme and the world on the verge of collapse, we imagine that a simple sword will not cut it, so some form of higher power intervention to help the battle may appear. The existence of light effects related to air strikes, charged strikes, and combos also shows this.
We can also expect all kinds of enemies, from basic thugs to huge bosses, as shown in the trailer, including lanky infantry, beetle-like creatures and a giant knight holding a huge serrated blade.
The timeline shown in the first trailer suggests that we may also be waiting for a while and a story that spans centuries.
Square Enix puts his cards on his chest, so there is little news other than a promise of more news in the summer of 2020. Then came the news. The description on the
PlatinumGames website says, “The initial announcement date was 2019, but Babylon’s fall has been rescheduled; more information about its release date will be provided soon.
“soon” means undecided, But we may get news clips before "a comprehensive understanding of the latest challenges that PlatinumGames and Square Enix face together", as the site says.
As you may already know, the fall of Babylon is still a kind of in its current form The elusive beast. Unfortunately, we still have a few waiting in store before we discover more information. However, if PlatinumGames can match the incredible action and fun of Nier: Automata in 2017, our patience can pay off in great measure.