More details emerge on the next-gen action-RPG.
Last month, Chinese studio Game Science took everyone by surprise when it revealed its action-RPG Black Myth: Wukong with an extensive gameplay video, which immediately caught on like wildfire. From its combat to its stunning visuals, the game has looked seriously impressive in all that we’ve seen of it, and while it seems there’s still a ways to go before it actually releases and we find out whether the final product will be as good as the first impression it made, some new details have emerged on the game.
Speaking to IGN, the game’s producer Feng Ji stated that Black Myth: Wukong will take players at least 15 hours to beat. Additionally, the developer also said that to make sure players remain “excited” through the game’s entire runtime, the team at Game Science is ensuring that there’s quite a bit of enemy variety in terms of regular enemies and bosses. Currently, the team is aiming for over 100 unique enemies and monsters to be in the game.
Black Myth: Wukong is currently in development for PC and next-gen consoles, but doesn’t yet have a release date. The developers have said that they want to release the game in a reasonable amount of time, but haven’t said anything more specific to that end.