Werewolf the Apocalypse was the first game to be revealed during IGNs Summer of Gaming event on 10th of June 2020 and the trailer shows a really vivid game about becoming a werewolf. Werewolf the Apocalypse is an RPG game and I cannot wait to get my hands on this.
Though no gameplay footage was shown the cinematics gives a glimpse into what this new title might bring. An RPG experience where you have to battle the Wyrm, a decaying force to save the earth.
You will get to play with three different personalities, all three different forms of the same character, you get to be a human, wolf, and werewolf each having its own benefits.
Werewolf the Apocalypse aims to bring a different perspective to the werewolf genre and to be honest, ever since Skyrim I really wanted a werewolf game, so I guess this makes me a bit excited.
The game looks to bring a balance to the gameplay, by forcing to have a balance between all three characters and this restriction of playing through the entire game with a single form.
The best thing about Werewolf the Apocalypse is that it will be a current-gen game, which is great and we hope to get this game before the end of the year without any delay in its development.
Werewolf the Apocalypse looks like it will be an exciting one to look out for and might even surprise us with an interesting take with a strong story to back it up.
While all the above is wishful thinking it is really hard to base your hopes that Werewolf becomes a really big success. A bit of insight looking at the story overview given on their website it only looks like the game lacks a bit in identity.
It looks like a hazy vision being created that has found its way into a game. The developers of Werewolf the Apocalypse are really pushing themselves in a corner and while I hope that this game succeeds, I won’t be surprised if it doesn’t manage to.
As of right now, there isn’t any official release date announced but we’re hoping that we will get an official announcement in the coming months. Make sure to check out other news, reviews, features, and guides only on GamerTweak.