Cross the Gates of Hell with Agony’s Newest Gameplay Footage

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Posted May 26, 2018 by Kamil in Articles, Gaming News, News, PC, PS4, Xbox One

 

Agony is at this point just days away, and there is no sign of slowing down from this particular title’s developer, as Madmind Studios has just released brand new gameplay material, which showcases Agony in a brand new light, or rather its lack. In addition to the newly released gameplay footage, the studio has also released a music video for one of the songs from the title’s soundtrack, however, most will be interested in the game itself, rather than in any auxiliary content.

When Agony was first announced, many expected it to be a just another red and brown, gloomy hell simulator, with very little to offer. But as we have begun to approach the title’s release, and have been presented with many trailers and gameplay materials, we have come to realise that Agony is much more than a simple hell simulator. And the most recent gameplay footage titled ‘Fractal Gameplay’, only further proves that such is the case.

Within the nearly six minute long video, you’ll have a chance to observe a wide variety of unique and breathtaking environments, as well as a plethora of gruesome and morbid monstrosities. And while the full title will definitely be not safe for work, then you should not worry about watching the above video in a public space as it is fairly tame – at least when it comes to nudity and sexually explicit content.

Agony is set to launch on PlayStation 4, PC, and ‘Xbox One, all in one entertainment system from Microsoft’, on the 29th of may – in just under few days. And if you are keen on the idea of taking on hell and its  numerous spawn, then you can pre-order Agony in its physical form right now. And if you really want to watch the above-mentioned music video, then simply follow this link.


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