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Black Myth: Wukong Will Be Over 15 Hours Long and Will Feature Over 100 Enemy Types

Black Fantasy: Wukong, the sport that took everybody without warning with its reveal trailer, has been in growth for 2 years and is predicted to launch inside the subsequent three years.

IGN China had the chance to go to developer Sport Science to be taught extra concerning the title. Though the publication needed to signal a strict NDA, it managed to assemble sufficient data to provide us an thought of what Black Fantasy: Wukong has to supply.

For starters, Sport Science is aiming for greater than 15 hours of playtime. It’s too early to say how lengthy Black Fantasy: Wukong will find yourself being, however it sounds just like the studio desires to keep away from pointless bloating, which is all the time welcome.

Content material-wise, the workforce plans so as to add over 100 enemy varieties (together with bosses). The sport is partly impressed by Journey to the West and may have a darkish, gritty tone. The trailer confirmed off three monkeys however we’ll must play the sport to determine who the true Wukong is.

The realm demoed within the trailer, Black Wind Mountain, took six months to develop and can supply 30-60 minutes of playtime on regular problem. It is a fully-functioning demo that permits gamers to decide on their play type.

IGN revealed that there are about 30 builders engaged on the upcoming title in the mean time. Sport Science, whose co-founders beforehand labored at Tencent, have plans to rent extra individuals. The developer desires to show Black Fantasy right into a franchise, with Wukong being the primary of three deliberate video games. Every Black Fantasy title will draw inspiration from totally different Chinese language tales.

[Source: IGN]

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