Forspoken gets demo update after player feedback

Forspoken, the new fantasy adventure game developed by Luminous Productions and published by Square Enix is ​​about to be released. To increase interest, Square Enix has released a playable demo available on PlayStation. Prior to the game’s release, the demo was updated to address concerns from the player base.

Forspoken’s demo update makes several changes to the game’s systems and fixes annoying technical issues that players discovered while playing the original demo.

According to a tweet from Takeshi Aramaki, the studio’s vice president and director of the game, Forspoken’s demo now has a button mapping feature, the ability to resize some text to make it easier to read, and lock-on improvements. System for player attacks.

Forspoken stars Ella Balinska (Charlie’s Angels) as Frey, a New Yorker who is transported to the magical world of Athia. To find her way home, Frey must traverse a vast, fantastical landscape and fight various monsters and enemies corrupted by the phenomenon known as The Break. Most importantly, Frey must defeat the tantas, almighty sorceresses who hold Athia in their cruel grip.

The game focuses on fast-paced combat and fluid movement, dubbed “Magic Parkour” on the official website. Curiously, starring alongside Frey is a bracelet called the “Cuff,” a talking magical accessory that aids Frey in her journey, allowing her to cast spells and magical attacks.

Forspoken will be released on January 24th for PC and PlayStation 5, where it will remain a game exclusive for two years. Forspoken gets demo update after player feedback

Greg Norman

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