Darksiders 3: Release Date, Trailers, and News


Darksiders 3  will solid gamers into the function of a mage named Fury who makes use of a whip and magical skills to struggle numerous types of evil. Fury is a member of the franchise’s Four Horsemen and is described as “unpredictable and enigmatic.” The first two Darksiders video games featured two different members of the legendary Four Horsemen (War and Death), so this character description does appear to suit the design of the collection. 

The sequel is an “open-ended, living, free-form game” that may require gamers to make use of Fury’s abilities with a view to defeat the seven lethal sins. The product description and numerous screenshots additionally make observe of the sport’s retention of the franchise’s signature artwork type. 

The historical past of the Darksiders franchise has at all times been fascinating from a growth perspective. It was initially conceived by THQ as a hack-and-slash motion/journey title with gothic horror parts. The second recreation expanded upon most of the parts the primary title established however largely served to present gamers extra of the identical. 

Both Darksiders video games acquired a great deal of acclaim from those that performed them however had been at all times seen as essentially flawed experiences that exhibited extra potential than they realized. When THQ shut down, Darksiders was nonetheless seen as considered one of their most beneficial former properties. That’s hardly a shock given simply how a lot the franchise’s followers love these video games. 

With the franchise now within the arms of THQ Nordic, it is going to be attention-grabbing to see if they’re able to totally understand the potential of the sport’s formulation. 

Here’s all the things else we learn about Darksiders 3:

Darksiders 3 Release Date

Darksiders 3 might be launched on Nov. 27, 2018. The recreation is coming to XBO, PS4, and PC. 

Darksiders 3 Trailer

Darksiders 3 is formally coming! Here’s the primary trailer for the sport:

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