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An expanded Deathloop game trailer appeared during the real-time broadcast of State of Play, which featured the mission to chase and kill Aleksis "The Wolf" Dorsey.
The trailer covers a bit of everything, showing weapons, powers and devices, and some unexpected and friendly conversations between the hero, Colt and his enemy Julianna. Things get a little more interesting halfway through the race when an alarm goes off, indicating that another player has “invaded” the game and now controls Julianna. This is a problem for Colt: enemies controlled by artificial intelligence fall quite easily when faced with a boy who is basically Corvo Attano with a shotgun, but is set against another player who does not have to face to them, the sole purpose is to hunt quietly. that is, it is a very different type of headache.
Writing on walls that is seen at various points can provide help or guidance, Bethesda explained in a new paper. blog post, but these messages will sometimes be shown as unknown or foolish, although the more you learn about Blackreef Island, the more meaningful they will be. The substance known as Residuum can be collected and used to preserve skills and equipment permanently, so you don’t have to start all over again empty-handed if you die.
And death isn’t as safe as it might first appear: Reprise, an ability that is unlocked at the beginning of the game, will allow you to “rewind” time a bit when you die, so you can go back and try again. But only twice: if you die a third time, the day is over.
It’s familiar in many ways: Colt’s powers are obviously reminiscent of those of the Dishonored games, and the big, fat weapons remind me of a lot of hardware seen in Prey. Open levels are also very typical of Arkane games and should be a lot of fun to go through, especially without the limitations of Dishonored, which punished overly violent approaches to problem solving. But the narrative angle is also starting to look more interesting: it's clear that there are more things going on between Colt and Julianna than just "I'm killing you, you're killing me."
Deathloop will be released on September 14th. If you haven’t heard it yet, be sure to listen to Déjà Vu, their brilliant Bond-themed song, a perfect match for the game’s 60th anniversary change.