Soulslike MetroidVania The Last Faith Coming Later This Year

A dark, gothic alliance of both MetroidVania and Soulslike genres, Kumi Souls Games and Playstack’s The Last Faith will come out later this year.

Featuring nonlinear exploration, players will traverse 4snow-dusted mountains, deep dark forests, crypts and cities bathed in moonlight. A huge range of custom executions are at your disposal, and players can utilize melee weapons, arcane spells, and long-range firearms.

Learn more with the trailer below:

The Last Faith – Official Gameplay Trailer

According to Chief Executive Harvey Elliot:

“When we first met developer Kumi Souls, we were struck by just how closely and attentively the studio listens to the desires of its fanbase. That player-first approach is often a hallmark of success and it was completely unsurprising to us that The Last Faith significantly outperformed its Kickstarter target and accrues so many Wishlists on a daily basis. That drive, coupled with the engaging world The Last Faith builds, made it a no-brainer for the Playstack family.”Harvey Elliot

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Source: Press Release
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