Chinese indie studio Leenzee Games has introduced WUCHANG: Fallen Feathers, a Souls-inspired motion role-playing game for next-gen consoles and PC. Set in the Ming Dynasty, the game is being printed by Billibilli – the writer behind F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch. Specific platforms have but to be introduced.

Leenzee launched 18 minutes of pre-alpha footage, which you’ll be able to try beneath.

In WUCHANG: Fallen Feathers, emperor Chongzhen commits suicide, ensuing in chaos that sees warlords combating for energy. In the midst of this, a bizarre occasion transpires that modifications folks’s appearances and behaviors, with feathers rising on their our bodies. Fighting their means by Ming Dynasty cities and villages, gamers should uncover the reality behind these mysterious transformations.

An overview is as follows:

This epic journey places the participant in difficult encounters with battle crazed bandits, deformed human giants and large demonic monsters with two-handed swords, axes, and historic gunpowder weapons. Set in the chaotic ultimate years of the Ming Dynasty, WUCHANG: Fallen Feathers is an exploration of the hauntingly stunning landscapes of imperial China and the battle towards a mysterious drive that transforms a grim actuality to supernatural horror. The game relies on the traditional Shu civilization-Sanxingdui, Jinsha, and different Chinese historic mythologies tailored into the fashion of Cthulhu-like fiction.

WUCHANG: Fallen Feathers takes place because the Ming Dynasty Emperor Chongzhen has simply hanged himself. Conflict and rise up erupt all through China as warlords battle for energy among the many remnants of the Ming Dynasty. Bandit armies make the most of the chaos, raiding villages all through the land and human order has all however disappeared. An odd occasion has begun to unfold – folks’s our bodies begin to develop feathers, drastically altering their conduct and look. In this journey, gamers will journey by conventional Ming Dynasty cities, distant human villages, misty temple pagodas, and underground ceremonial Shu websites to uncover the highly effective drive behind these horrific transformations.

We’ll replace our readers when a launch date is introduced.