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Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood Unleashes Its Fury Next Month On PC and Consoles

After a lengthy development, Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood is coming to PC and consoles in February.

Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood has been showing up in my feed quite a bit, and I have to say, this looks really interesting. Just looking at my list, I realise I haven’t posted any recent news about it.

So, coming out in a couple of weeks is this action title from Nacon and Cyanide Studio has been part of a long development stage, which can be seen by the dev diary-type videos released.

You play Chal in Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood, on their quest for bloody redemption, from the original World of Darkness universe. The premise is a great war led by the Garou against Endron ‘a global corporation whose activities are devastating the natural world’.

I’m unfamiliar with the franchise/IP, but what I can confirm from the press info is Cahal can shift between three forms:

  • Homid – is used to interact with other characters.
  • Lupus – is excellent at exploration and infiltration.
  • Crinos – the most exhilarating, gives Cahal the supernatural strength to fight his enemies.

You can check out some of the videos from Nacon thus far, but here’s a link to a recent one called Welcome To The Pack:

Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood is coming to Playstation 4/5, Xbox One and Series X/S, plus PC via Epic Games Store, available on the 4th of February.

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