It’s been a fair while since we’ve got a good look at Black Myth: Wukong. The action-RPG game, which is inspired by the classical 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West, burst onto the scene last year, with its first big reveals getting Sekiro and Soulslike fans more than a little excited about the upcoming PC game. Now, we’ve got more gameplay to check out thanks to a nearly 13-minute-long Nvidia DLSS reveal trailer.
The trailer, which you can check out in full below, starts slow, building a story through a montage of various fantastical bosses and environments with a mysterious narrator musing to an unknown figure – perhaps the player character? – on their approach to ambition and destiny. He warns that “this ill karma will eventually orchestrate your downfall” as a stone statue turns into the game’s main character, staff in hand. We’re then treated to cinematic clips of snowy climes and strange enemies – all of which looks pretty dazzling in Unreal Engine 5.
The really good stuff, though, kicks off at around the 2:50 mark. We see the main character battering club and sword-wielding monster in the snowy mountains and sprinting through some to smash them into pieces.
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