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Darksiders 3 trailer highlights Fury's deadly whip skills

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picture showing main female character from Darksiders 3
Darksiders 3

Darksiders 3 is just around the corner and today THQ Nordic have revealed a new trailer dubbed Fury's Apocalypse. The trailer summarises the game's story, shows of enemies and locations while giving a glimpse of Fury's moves and abilities.

After more than six years since the last Darksiders game released, we're just one week away from Darksiders 3, the newest instalment in the hack and slash series. THQ Nordic released a new trailer which focuses on the anti-heroine Fury, one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse who is sent to Earth to restore the balance between good and evil and destroy the Seven Deadly Sins.

We got a glimpse of Fury's deadly abilities and moves, with the biggest focus set on the whip combos. At one point, Fury uses some kind of an orb which turns her into a deadlier form, visually very similar to Goku's Super Saiyan transformation. Whether this is one of the available skills or something story related remains to be seen.

Darksiders 3 certainly won't lack big enemies and bosses as we can see in the trailer. Fury will have to fight seven main bosses, with each of them representing one sin.

We also got more shots of world locations which vary from post-apocalyptic city ruins, floating cities, deserts, swamps and ancient volcanic ruins. THQ Nordic already confirmed that players will take a journey from heights of heaven to the depths of hell so expect a wild and diverse ride.

Typically for hack and slash game, Darksiders 3 will reward the players for their aggressive style with trophies which have been leaked recently. Many of them are locked behind kill counts like The Devil is in the Details which unlocks when players get 666 kills. If one thing is for certain in Darksiders 3, you will have a ton of enemies to kill, so reaching these numbers shouldn't be a problem. 

THQ Nordic recently revealed the official system requirements for the game, which are pretty reasonable but still higher than initially predicted one year ago.