Darksiders Genesis Confirmed For Nintendo Switch, Inspired By Diablo (VIDEO)
E3 2019 is just a few short days away, but the fun has already begun thanks to several companies choosing to make big reveals ahead of the event. Google held a significant event today for Google Stadia that provided key details about the service’s launch, and publishers have revealed their new games as well during these days preceding the event. One such publisher is THQ Nordic, who promised three new game reveals to be made ahead of E3. The first was confirmed to be a remake of a classic Spongebob Squarepants game, and the other has now been revealed to be Darksiders Genesis.
THQ Nordic announced Darksiders Genesis with a new trailer on their official Darksiders YouTube account. The Airship Syndicate-developed game will focus on new horseman Strife, who seeks to keep humanity from the evil grasp of Lucifer. The new trailer shows Strife in action alongside War from the original game, fighting demons with various weapons and spells.
What is interesting to note is that Genesis will embody a top-down visual perspective, which many believe is inspired by the Diablo series. This is a first for Darksiders, as previous games have focused on a traditional third-person camera view. Darksiders Genesis has been confirmed to arrive to consoles, PC and Google Stadia sometime later this year. More details about the game will be revealed during an E3 Coliseum panel next week, but for now, fans can rest easy knowing that Darksiders Genesis is going to blast process its way to Darksiders fans soon.
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