What you need to know
- Arekkz Gaming held an interview with Richard Heyne, Technical Producer on Godfall.
- During the interview, Heyne confirmed there are no microtransactions in Godfall.
- Godfall is meant to be a PS5 launch title, though it's also coming to PC via the Epic Games Store.
Godfall is an upcoming PS5 console exclusive being developed by Counterplay Games and published by Gearbox. Set in a fantastical world of knights who use artifacts called Valorplates, it's described as a "looter-slasher."
We've got some new interesting details to pour over. Arekkz Gaming held an interview with Richard Heyne, Technical Producer at Counterplay Games on Godfall. During the interview, Heyne confirmed that Godfall has no microtransactions. Heyne also talked about the design philosophy of Godfall, how loot works and more. You can watch the full interview, as well as some gameplay footage, in the video below.
Heyne also noted that when it came to loot, the team wanted to focus on "quality over quantity" while making sure every single piece of loot felt meaningful.
Godfall and the PS5 are both set to release sometime in Holiday 2020. We'll be sure to let you know when an official release date is announced.
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