A demo for Koei Tecmo's highly anticipated action RPG Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is now live on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 with some cool rewards for those who manage to complete it.
It features multiplayer too and the good news is you won't need PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold subscription to test your skill against other players.
Koei Tecmo say that the demo will showcase the strategies and swiftness of battle, while also giving gamers a taste of online multiplayer, the character creator, and in-game abilities including vertical exploration and the importance of morale.
For those who are new to the masocore genre, developer Team Ninja have a video tutorial to help you get started with the finer points of the masocore experience, including techniques needed to learn everything from basic counterattacks to wielding a variety of weapons.
Koei Tecmo also have special rewards for players who play the demo and participate in a Twitter campaign "Wo Long Highlights".
All you need to do is follow the official Wo Long account and post a gameplay clip using the hashtag #WoLongDemoEU for a chance to win a Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty t-shirt.
Additionally, you can earn a very cool-looking in-game item "Crouching Dragon helmet" if you complete the demo. The helmet can be equipped and used in the main game upon release. Check out the helmet below:
Last but not least, you can earn an original Wo Long wallpaper for completing a survey during the demo. The survey aims to gather player feedback and help in the further development of the game.
All in all, that's plenty of nice surprises for players who are eagerly anticipating this Team Ninja title. If you are unfamiliar with Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, it's a dark fantasy set during the chaotic Three Kingdoms period, telling the tale of a militia soldier's strenuous fight for survival during a Later Han Dynasty infested with demons. A proper Team Ninja experience!
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is scheduled to release in early 2023 on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One , PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 , on PC via Windows and Steam , and will be available day one with Xbox Game Pass on console and PC.
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