Terrifying Redfall Trailer 2023 Has A Variety Of Vampires
Terrifying Redfall A Slew Of Bloodsucking Vampires
Terrifying Redfall Trailer has a variety of vile vampires
Arkane Studios’ collaborative shooter Redfall features a slew of bloodsucking vampires, from the cunning Angler to the observant Watcher.
An all-new Redfall trailer sheds light on the various bloodsuckers players will be slaying in Arkane Studios’ co-op vampire shooter. The multiplayer first-person shooter takes players to the peaceful seaside town of Redfall, which has sadly been taken over and transformed by a massive cabal of coffin crawlers. Redfall’s delay to 2023 has unfortunately pushed back a citywide vampire hunt, but a brand new trailer recently revealed some new enemies that will be roaming the city’s streets once the game finally releases.
While Redfall is very different from past Arkane Studios titles like Dishonored or Prey, the vampire shooter nonetheless promises to provide a solid and immersive experience. The game was designed from the ground up for co-op play, with four different heroes and their unique skill paths creating a wide range of viable playstyles. Redfall itself is also considered quite expansive, with the atmosphere and environmental storytelling making exploration just as fun as it has been in past Arkane games. While Redfall is a cooperative vampire shooter, the stealth system and RPG mechanics promise to make the undead adventure truly solid.
A new trailer for Redfall, published by Bethesda Softworks, shows several new vampires that players will take down as they rebuild a peaceful seaside town. The Angler looks like a particularly deceptive creature, while the creepy Watcher looks even more grotesque. The Observer appears to specifically emphasize Redfall ‘s stealth element, and players can presumably sneak past these ghoulish figures if they avoid their spotlight beams. In one short part of the trailer, the player is also ambushed by another aggressive bloodsucker in the dark, suggesting that the co-op shooter will occasionally dive into the realm of survival horror.
Redfall will provide players with a variety of vampires to bet on
Last year, it was reported that Doom developer id Software is helping Redfall, which should help combine Arkane’s addictive RPG gameplay with an intense first-person shooter. Previous Arkane games like Dishonored and Prey have excelled at creating unique worlds and deep environmental interactions, but shooting enemies with large-caliber guns has always taken a backseat. Luckily, id Software has what it takes to create a fast-paced shooter with an impressive variety of enemies, as evidenced by 2020 ‘s Doom Eternal.
Vampires are some of pop culture’s most iconic monsters, but Redfall promises a new take on the brutal, blood-sucking hordes. Enemies in the game seem incredibly aggressive due to their bloodthirsty nature, and special enemies like the Angler and the Watcher will hopefully add a lot of variety to every combat encounter. Fighting in the streets with a friend will no doubt make the game less than intimidating, but special vampire squads can still make Redfall tense and even intimidating.