And no, there’s no need to worry that you’ll only get a taste of Team Ninja’s game on one platform because publisher Koei Tecmo will make the demo available everywhere.
According to the announcement, Koei Tecmo will release the Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty demo on February 24. It’s worth playing through, both because you can carry the save over to the whole game and because you’ll also get the Crouching Dragon helmet when you start the adventure. This time, there will be no opportunity to give feedback to the studio, as there will only be a week between the demo and the full game release, making it impossible to make any significant changes in that time (especially as physical copies of the game will be on the production line before then).
About the game, we wrote in June: “Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty follows the dramatic, action-packed story of a nameless militia soldier fighting for survival in a dark fantasy version of the Later Han Dynasty where demons plague the Three Kingdoms. Players fight off deadly creatures and enemy soldiers using swordplay based on Chinese martial arts, attempting to overcome the odds by awakening the true power from within.
It’s madness in the Three Kingdoms like never before! A dark fantasy set during the chaotic Three Kingdoms period, the narrative vividly tells the tale of a militia soldier’s brutal fight for survival during a Later Han Dynasty infested with demons. Defeat deadly enemies to boost morale and awaken the power from within! Overcome adversity through unique new strategies, including battle styles based on the “Five Phases.”
Renowned for ruthless strikes that can instantly change the tide of battle, sword practitioners of the Chinese martial arts gracefully change pace as they shift between offensive and defensive maneuvers. Overwhelm opponents with a flurry of force in a series of intense and bloody battles while learning the precision and skill necessary to become a true master of the sword.”
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from March 3, and will also be available on Xbox Game Pass. You will be able to find the demo on all five platforms.