Very often it happens in the video game world that certain projects undergo a name change during their development, due to various reasons. Such a situation would seem to have gone with Gods & Monsters, a Ubisoft game presented during the 2019 edition of E3. The new name of the game could be titled as Immortals: Fenyx Rising.
As previously reported, the Ubisoft development team had stated that the demo mistakenly made available to users by Google was a very old build and that, compared to the material the software house is currently working on, it differs in tone, character design, art style, and title. And just about the title, there would seem to be some important news from Taiwan.
In fact, in the database of the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee, an entry has appeared that reports Immortals: Fenyx Rising as the title of a game coming out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Google Stadia, and Nintendo Switch.
Although there are no further details that confirm that this is Gods & Monsters, it is very likely that this is the case, considering the gaming platforms on which this mysterious title of Immortals: Fenyx Rising should arrive and linking this information to what was stated by Ubisoft itself upon presentation of the game.
The protagonist of Gods & Monsters is a forgotten hero, called Fenyx, who will have to carry out a series of missions on behalf of Zeus and save Greece from the threat of Typhon. Created by the same team that made Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, the game will offer the opportunity to explore a huge open-world environment using Fenyx’s unique acrobatic skills and abilities.
Considering that a new appointment of the Ubisoft Forward event is scheduled for the month of September (during which the French software house reveals information on its titles), we just have to wait for the arrival of new information on this promising game.