Will you be picking up Gods and Monsters when it launches on February 25, 2020? The trailer on stage showed Phoenix, the game's hero, who is recruited by the gods to help them deal with some monsters and other issues. We're surprised that given the game is releasing as soon as it is that we didn't get to see any gameplay, but what we did get to see certainly was attractive and it's clear the game has a gorgeous art direction.
And that goes right down to the art style.
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The Isle of the Blessed has been taken over by the Greek monster Typhon and you'll need to defeat him and his mythological beasts to restore order to the world. It's billed as an open-world adventure game that will take players on a journey exploring Greek mythology, and features a lovely painted art style to boot. The journey will be as challenging and rewarding as the final destination.
If you've had your fill of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, then this may fill that mythical RPG gap in your life. Players will explore the Isle of the Blessed and prove their heroism as they face risky mythological creatures, including fearsome Gorgons and Harpies and mighty Cyclopes.
The game will be available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Uplay+, and Google Stadia.