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Lies of P Developer Video Update Released

See what the future has in store for Neowiz Games and Round8 Studio’s Lies of P with the latest developer video for the game.

Hosted by Game Director Jiwon Choi, the latest video will get people up to speed with Lies of P since its launch last month. Players can learn what’s to come in the future for this Souls-like, all while providing a sneak peek at the first DLC. One can also get themselves some details on the official Lies of P soundtrack.

All those interested can watch the “Director’s Letter” segment below:

Lies of P – Director’s Letter

Inspired by the story Pinocchio, Lies of P transports players to the dark, Belle Époque-inspired city of Krat. A living nightmare of an area, deadly puppets have run amok and a plague sweeps the area. As a puppet, players must fight through this city on a search for Geppetto and the key to becoming human.

Powered by Unreal Engine 4, the base game is now available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and MacOS. In our review of the base game on the PlayStation 5, we said that “Lies of P is a fantastic gothic Soulslike that is worth playing even during this hectic game season.”

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