Kingdom: The Blood, a cellular and PC recreation primarily based on the earth of the hit Netflix South Korean horror sequence, was revealed in July 2022. Developer Motion Sq. has now given gamers extra perception into the motion title by releasing a gameplay trailer and a commentary video.
The gameplay trailer exhibits off extra of its fight, which is described as a “work in progress” within the video’s title. It principally facilities round one-on-one fight between two swordsmen after which exhibits a wide range of completely different boss fights close to the top. As of now, the fight principally contains of various sword strikes, blocks, dodge rolls, and particular skills. There’s additionally some kind of rating counter and a timer.
Within the commentary trailer for the sport, Producer Hyungseok Kang describes the objectives the studio has for the sport, which embrace capturing the feel and appear of the hit tv sequence, representing Korean tradition from that period, and portraying a few of the present’s “key options and episodes.” The commentary video additionally accommodates a peek at its PVP mode and explains its cross-platform play.
There’s nonetheless no launch window for this motion recreation. Nonetheless, its newly launched Steam web page lists it as “coming quickly.”
Kingdom is ready in Korea’s medieval Joseon interval. In a kingdom defeated by corruption and famine, a mysterious plague spreads to show the contaminated into monsters. The crown prince, framed for treason and determined to save lots of his individuals, units out on a journey to unveil what evil lurks at nighttime.
Kingdom starred Ju Ji-Hoon (Together with the Gods, Darkish Determine of Crime) because the Crown Prince, Bae Doona (Sense8, Cloud Atlas) as Web optimization-bi, Ryu Seung-Ryong (Miracle at Cell No. 7, Excessive Job) as Jo Hak-Jo, Kim Sangho (The Magnificence Inside, The Comfortable Life), Heo Joon-Ho (Jumong), and Jeon Seok-Ho (The Good Spouse).
Kingdom was directed by Kim Seung-Hun from a screenplay written by Kim Eun-Hee which was primarily based on her webcomic sequence Land of the Gods. All episodes of season one are already out there for streaming on Netflix.