One of the extra whimsical video games proven at Geoff Keighley’s present, the trailer for DokeV revealed throughout gamescom’s Opening Night Live hosts a stunning mix of cute animated characters with practical high-quality graphics, a captivating mashup that made the DokeV gameplay showcase thrilling and enthralling to observe.

There aren’t a whole lot of different video games that provide you with environments like this:


Or this:


With characters like this:


Or creatures like this:


Coming from South Korean developer Pearl Abyss, DokeV (pronounced doh-keh-vee) is a creature collector that has gamers gathering Dokebi to battle in real-time fight within the sport’s open world. Dokebi encourage desires and supply braveness, energy, and assist to people to fulfill these desires. The trailer above offers a superb view into the capabilities of Pearl Abyss’ proprietary sport engine used to develop DokeV, together with the dramatic mix of artwork types and varied actions and traversal alternatives obtainable on this planet. It additionally hints at another mechanics, like a day night time cycle, climate system, and extra.

“Although the DokeV project is still under development, we are very proud of what we have been able to show you today and feel confident to meet and exceed your expectations,” stated Sangyoung Kim, Lead Producer at Pearl Abyss. “We at Pearl Abyss are excited to see your reactions and hope that you look forward to DokeV.”

DokeV was first revealed in 2019 with a cinematic trailer, however little has been seen of the sport since. This is the primary time we’ve seen gameplay.

Pearl Abyss is the identical studio behind the upcoming Crimson Desert, a sport with a drastically totally different tone. Originally revealed at The Game Awards last year, the follow-up to Black Desert Online was delayed indefinitely as the team adds new ideas. Pearl Abyss is additionally at present creating a sport known as Plan 8. All video games from the studio are on the identical proprietary engine.

DokeV is in growth for “PC and consoles” and doesn’t at present have a launch timeframe. Which consoles it is coming to hasn’t been introduced but both.