The beta phase of the action RPG Mortal Shell has now officially started. After the game was already available for preview in a closed beta, everyone now has the opportunity to test Souls-like. So everyone should be able to find out how often it is possible to die during a single demo.
Mortal Shell's Open Beta is now available downloaded free of charge from the Epic Games Store become. The game is a classic soul-like, and in this case it's not just a phrase. The studio is fully committed to this principle and describes its own creation as: "Passion project of a small indie team that came together under one vision: We want to bring people back to this familiar, satisfying pain of a traditional soul-like – prudent , balanced and merciless. "
On the Sudios' official Twitter account One commented on the decision to subject the title to an open beta phase. "We expected demand, but not to this extent," the developer said in the post. "We really didn't want so many people to feel left out. We are excited to make the beta accessible to everyone on PC, and we do it now."
Some press representatives already had the opportunity to test the title in a closed beta. This includes Ian Bourdreau, freelance author at PCGamesN. This describes the title in its preview as "The Dark Souls among Souls-like." He explains in more detail, "Mortal Shell manages to balance the tension, pull you ever further into a beguiling world and fill you with a healthy fear of what might be lurking around the next corner."
Mortal Shell is currently scheduled for release in September 2020. The game will be released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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