Nightingale Gameplay and Features Shown at Summer Game Fest

Fairy orc stands in the forest.

Screenshot: Inflection Games / Kotaku

Nightingale is at Summer Game Fest to ask just one question: “What if you could shoot fairies with a gun?” And I’m here for it. Inflexion Games, the studio led by a former BioWare manager, just showed off the portal system for their upcoming co-op survival game.

The latest trailer revealed that the game will feature a “kingdom card” system. in which the player can choose a destination by offering non-linear story system in the game. To get these world cards (which are very similar to tarot cards), you must craft them from rare resources. And Nightingale The character is nearly eaten by a wild ram, so you’re definitely not playing as an all-powerful hero.

This crafting shooter was previously showcased at The Game Awards last year. The trailer showed a group of adventurers trapped in the faerie world. Players must use portals to reach Nightingale, the last human city where they you can explore the ruins and fend off the fairies in first-person combat. Official Steam page says that Nightingale is a PvE game with single player and co-op modes.

The original trailer also featured a settlement building element that allows you to build estates and farms. You’ll you need to create your own tools, cook your own food and make your own weapons, some of which can be imbued with magical properties. Of course, this also means that you will have to collect your own resources and recipes. Like someone who was recently bitten V height errorI hope the systems Nightingale just as fascinating.

Studio founder Aarin Flynn was BioWare’s general manager until 2017. departure letter, he said he considered changing careers for a while and finally felt ready to leave as soon as Casey Hudson returned to the studio. On July 18, he ended a 17-year career at BioWare.

The game will be released on PC in the last quarter of 2022. Early access testing will also begin in 2022, you can subscribe to notifications at Website Inflexion. The developers currently expect the early access period to last between 9 and 12 months.

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