Now You Can Try A Highly Anticipated Xbox Game Pass Game!

The demo of a highly anticipated first-day Xbox Game Pass game is now available to the masses.



The soon-to-be-released game can be played on multiple platforms, but the Xbox and PC versions may be the most compelling. Thanks to the fact that the game will be available through Xbox Game Pass from the moment of release. The game in question is Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty from developer Team Ninja, best known for Ninja Gaiden and, more recently, Nioh. The highly anticipated action RPG will be released on March 3 on PC, as well as Xbox and PlayStation consoles. A free demo will be available before then. First impressions from the demo are that the game is pretty good. Of course, this should come as no surprise to those who have played Nioh and its sequel.

It is not known whether the demo will be available forever, giving anyone interested a free glimpse of the game, even if it has already been released or will be unavailable when the game is released.

Either way, it’s available now, and if you’re interested in the demo, you can read more about the game and watch the new launch trailer. The developers announced the big news on Twitter. As for the game itself, here’s the official synopsis:

“From the depths of darkness, a dragon soars. A new dark fantasy Three Kingdoms action RPG from Team NINJA, the developers of Nioh,” reads the description. “184 AD, Later Han Dynasty China. The land is overcome by chaos and destruction. The imperial dynasty that prospered for many years is now about to collapse. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a 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 the Chinese martial arts, attempting to overcome the odds by awakening the true power from within…”

Source: Twitter

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