Gearbox Software launched last Thursday (16) a New Remnant 2 trailer with a slightly different tone than previous ones. Focusing on the Handler class, it shows the beautiful relationship players can have with a faithful dog that accompanies them through deserted cities, bloody battlefields, and other uninviting settings.
The promotional video reveals that, in addition to attracting the attention of enemies, the animal can also perform a series of attacks on its own. With this, the class that the game offers is very useful for playing alone and managing confrontations in which there are many opponents occupying the screen.
Although the promotional trailer for Remnant 2 does not show very attractive places, brings a tone of calm and tranquility thanks to its soundtrack. The song “Lead Me”, replaced by A. Rock Beta, makes it sound more like a video promoting a “dog movie” promoting a game where you fight hellish forces.
Remnant 2 is coming this summer
While Gearbox, which is serving as the title’s publisher, hasn’t released its specific release date, it has already shared a window of when it should happen. According to the company, the game will arrive for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S during the North American summerwhich runs from the end of June to the end of September.
Like the first game in the series, Remnant 2 will be a kind of souslike that differs mainly by the use of firearms during combat. The Gunfire Games studio also promises to invest in even more procedural creation elements, with the aim of creating unique games for each person.
The promise of the developer is that, each time a mission is started, players will see different maps, enemies, and even narrative snippets.. With this, the company wants to encourage the title to be completed several times, without this implying having to go through the same places and experiences during the process.
Remnant 2 promises procedural systems that will make each round unique
Gunfire Games wants to offer a game that the public feels pleasure to play more than once
Source: Adren Aline
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