Immortals of Aveum, the next game from EA Originals, will launch on July 20, 2023 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC via the EA app, Steam and Epic Games Store.
Immortals of Aveum puts players in the shoes of Jak as he joins the Order of Immortals and becomes part of humanity’s endless war against magic.
The game is single-player only, and you’ll play like a first-person shooter but with magic abilities instead of guns, much like Ghostwire: Tokyo which came out last year. trailer It was also released.
Immortals of Aveum is naturally set in a fantasy world and promises a deep, cinematic story-driven campaign with fast-paced action and spell-based battles that defy FPS convention.
The game is being created by new AAA developer Ascendant Studios, which was co-founded by Bret Robbins, creative director of the original Dead Space and several Call of Duty campaigns.
said Robbins, who is also the game’s CEO and director.
“We set out to create a cinematic and thrilling shooter set in a new fantasy world, with fast-paced, fluid combat and an epic story. I can’t wait for everyone to play it. »
Jeff Gammon, Managing Director of EA Partners, added: “Ascendant hooked us when we saw how seamlessly they weaved the magic through fast-paced FPS combat, against an action-packed story that we wanted to continue. to read.
“Brett has created an incredibly talented team with an unrelenting passion for creating original AAA games, deep lore, and imaginative new stories on full display in Immortals of Aveum. »
A lengthy plot synopsis of the game was also posted: “Growing up defenseless and destitute, Jack (played by Darren Burnett) is what is known as an unexpected – someone who unexpectedly manifests magical abilities. later in life with his newfound potential, Jack is recruited by General Kirkan (Gina Torres) to join the Order of the Immortals and is reluctantly thrust into humanity’s endless war for control of magic.
“With mighty masters of magic and legions of soldiers on both sides of Iverware, Jack and his elite Book of Immortals must uncover the mysteries of Avium’s tumultuous past, if there is any hope of save his future. »
Immortals of Aveum will be available for $59.99 on PC and $69.99 on consoles when it launches in July. The Deluxe Edition is available for an additional $10 and gives players a unique sigil, three rings, two bracers, and three totems, which are promised to be “valuable pieces of gear.” Pre-ordering any version of the game also gives players access to the Purified Arclight Sigil.
Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance journalist for IGN and UK editor. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day.