What you need to know
- Godfall is an upcoming title exclusive to PlayStation 5 and PC through the Epic Games Store.
- Yesterday, a few seconds of footage from an unreleased trailer were leaked.
- Today, the rest of the trailer has leaked on Reddit.
- Godfall is planned to launch alongside the PlayStation 5.
Update: The developers of the game have confirmed via Twitter that the footage is PC gameplay from early 2019 and the team at Counterplay Games will be showing more soon.
Yesterday, we got about six seconds of new footage from Godfall, an upcoming title from Counterplay Games and Gearbox Software intended as a PlayStation 5 launch title, though it's also coming to PC through the Epic Games Store. The same Reddit user who leaked the footage yesterday has leaked the entire trailer today. You can check out the full leaked gameplay trailer below.
[Godfall] - Full Internal Early 2019 Teaser. Metacritic Journos Scores are a Joke, No this Teaser does not Represent the End Quality. Remember "Get woke go broke" from r/PS4
Per the leaker, this footage is from early 2019 and as such isn't quite final, with improvements to come. The trailer was evidently for internal use so it's unlikely you'll see it again, even when Counterplay Games begins sharing more about Godfall as the year goes on. While we still don't have a release date, the game is meant to launch alongside the PlayStation 5, so we can expect it to arrive sometime in Holiday 2020.
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