Lords of the Fallen. Based on what we saw of it last year, the drama of its considered, mano a mano combat is worth keeping an eye on.
"You can imagine Lords of the Fallen as a game that has all the layers, all the complexity, all the mechanics, all the elements of very advanced tactical combat," Executive Producer Tomasz Gop told Joystiq at last year's Gamescom, "but it's not being mindlessly punishing at the same time."
Lords of the Fallen is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC later this year, but you can check out our Gamescom impressions in the meantime.
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