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PC Gaming Show 2020: Weird West & The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk

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PC Gaming Show 2020: Weird West & The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk

Game News - posted by Infinitron on Sun 14 June 2020, 13:04:55

Tags: Artefacts Studio; Dear Villagers; Raphael Colantonio; The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos; Weird West; Wolfeye Studios

After the Guerrilla Collective came the PC Gaming Show, this year a series of prerecorded segments rather than a live stage show. With two heavyweights of the roleplaying genre having already been addressed by the preceding event, the show seemed rather dire at first, but near the end two titles that we've been following made an appearance. The first was Weird West, the isometric action RPG/immersive sim from Arkane Studios founder Raf Colantonio announced back in December. There's no new trailer or gameplay footage yet, but Raf did provide some new details about the game in a brief interview segment, which you can also read about at PC Gamer. The second RPG to appear was The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos, the parodic French tactical RPG that was shown at PAX East back in February. Introduced by voice actress Felicia Day, this game did have some new gameplay to show, and the publisher released a much longer version soon afterwards.


Weird West is coming in 2021, with a demo to be released "in the coming months". The Dungeons of Naheulbeuk is still scheduled for release this summer, and will also have a demo during the Steam Game Festival from June 16th to 22nd.

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