Today marks the release of the action-RPG, Lords of the Fallen, developed by HEXWORKS under CI Games. The development journey spanned nearly four years, with HEXWORKS and CI Games collaborating to bring this game to the global audience.
Utilizing the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5, Lords of the Fallen stands as the first action-RPG to leverage this technology. The game offers players the ability to transition between two distinct worlds: Axiom, the challenging realm of the living, and Umbral, the eerie domain of the dead.
In conjunction with the game’s launch, the official Lords of the Fallen soundtrack has been released in collaboration with Laced Records. Now available on various music streaming platforms, this 36-track album is set to be followed by a limited-edition triple LP set. The music, composed by Cris Velasco and Knut Avenstroup Haugen, features performances from the Budapest Scoring Orchestra and Choir, along with contributions from soprano Eurielle, contralto Jess Dandy, and principal cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra, David Cohen.
In anticipation of the game’s release on 13th October for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S, HEXWORKS has unveiled the Official Launch trailer for Lords of the Fallen. The game’s narrative is set in the expansive land of Mournstead and follows a Lampbearer on a mission to prevent the resurgence of the demon god, Adyr. The trailer’s release aligns with the closing window for pre-orders of Lords of the Fallen.
In the game, players will navigate between the worlds of Axiom and Umbral using a unique lamp. They will face formidable foes in both realms and have the option to collaborate with another player through the game’s co-op feature.