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Ashfall is an upcoming post-apocalyptic MMORPG with award-winning sound and more

Legendary Star Studio has officially announced Ashfall, the studio’s next post-apocalyptic MMORPG coming to PC and mobile in 2023. and Inon Zur.

In Ashfall, players can expect “an immersive gaming experience with stunning visuals and sound” in a world that has been devastated by nuclear war. Players will embark on dangerous expeditions as Wanderers in search of the legendary “Creation Core” that can save humanity and help rebuild civilization.

The third-person adventure shooter features exciting combat against raiders and machines alike, plus plenty of quests and quests to discover among colorful NPCs. Players can also customize their character with various equipment and different character builds, all to make defeating the big bosses in the form of majestic monsters an absolute breeze. Players can also join forces with friends online in multiplayer modes.

The game also highlights the musical talents of Hans Zimmer (Dune, Dunkirk, No Time to Die, Gladiator), Inon Zur (Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Fallout: New Vegas, Dragon Age Origins), and Steve Mazzaro (No Time to Die, Army of Thieves, The Amazing Spider-Man 2).

If you can’t wait until 2023 for now, you can visit the official website for more information add it to your wish list at Vaporjoin the community of fans on the official site Twitter to stay up to date on the latest developments, or take a look at the embedded clip above to get an idea of ​​the mechanics and visuals that await you.

Looking for more similar titles that will test your skills on your mobile device? Why not take a look at our list of the best open world Android games?


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