Do Not Delve Too Deeply Into The Darkness Of Immortal: Unchained’s Story


A new story trailer for Immortal: Unchained has released to give us all a little more of a look at just what we will experience in Immortal: Unchained this September

We have a new story trailer here for Immortal: Unchained today and it gives us all a better look and feeling for what to expect when the game launches on September 7th this year. Before now, we only had the most basic of information and details from Toadman Interactive on this game and knew it was going to be a Souls-like title with a few different elements mixed in. I am certain that this will still be the case for Immortal: Unchained even though the following story trailer does not seem to lend itself to that genre. This could all be my interpretation of the game's story as we see it here though, so do not take that as any kind of official word as of yet.

In the traditional way of the parent genre Immortal: Unchained is hailing from, it looks like the world is a dark and bleak place and we are sent in to try to fix it. Fix it or just plain survive it and the Souls-like would suggest. Darkness and moral quandaries also seem to be the focus here when just trying to get better with each death in Immortal: Unchained. You can see exactly what I am talking about just below in the new story trailer for the game that we do have. Maybe you will see something vastly different than I did in the story and be completely ready for the game's launch in just over a month.

Immortal: Unchained — Story Trailer

Expect. No. Mercy. Watch the brand new Story Trailer for Immortal: Unchained, coming to PS4, Xbox One, & PC on September 7th, 2018.

Immortal: Unchained is currently being developer and published for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC with a September 7th release date. Toadman Interactive is the team behind all of this at this point.

What are your thoughts on Immortal: Unchained after the latest story trailer that we have here today? Do you agree that the story makes it sound like a different game or will it fit into the genre it was originally labeled as? Will this be the Souls-like title that draws you into the genre or will it be another title you skip on due to its nature? Feel free to let us know down in the comments and then discuss. If there is more to share for Immortal: Unchained, we will have it here on the site. Just stick around to see it all if you wish.