(*4*)Bethesda has released the first gameplay images of Arkane's upcoming vampire co-op FPS, Redfall.
(*4*)Released during the Xbox and Bethesda keynote, the clip offers a look at Redfall's vampire hunting gameplay, as well as a guided tour of the titular city. This is our first look at the upcoming undead gore fest and reaffirms that the game will release next year.
(*4*)The clips begin by following a lone hunter as they investigate (or destroy) the bloodsucker in the attic of an abandoned church. With the game placing a heavy emphasis on cooperation, his partner soon shows up to lend a hand.
(*4*)We are then invited to take a look at some of the most picturesque places in Redfall, as well as the history of the vampirism that has plagued the city. The invading fangs not only blocked out the sun, they destroyed the city's water supply and spawned a legion of cult worshipers ready to slaughter them.
(*4*)Your job, of course, is to move house, rid the town of vampires, and restore some semblance of humanity. Check out the gameplay video below.
(*4*)Later in the sequence, you'll notice a multitude of weapons and gadgets on display. We noticed some bloated shotguns, paint-coated assault rifles, as well as some elemental gadgets that seemed particularly well-suited for the surprising mobs of invading hell demons.
(*4*)You can play Redfall alone or with your friends in cooperative mode. A character loading screen suggests that a player customization item will also be included in the game.
(*4*)Redfall is still scheduled to release in 2023, having been pushed back from its original 2022 release window earlier this year. It's coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC. It's also coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one.