Babylon’s Fall Devs Preview Improved Graphics & Gameplay in Footage Ahead of Third Closed Beta

Babylon’s Fall Devs Preview Improved Graphics & Gameplay in Footage Ahead of Third Closed Beta

Square Enix shared some new footage during a livestream featuring PlatinumGames’ upcoming title Babylon’s Fall focusing on elements that have been improved ahead of the third closed beta.

Babylon’s Fall Devs Preview Improved Graphics & Gameplay in Footage Ahead of Third Closed Beta

During the livestream held this week by Square Enix new footage was shown for upcoming title Babylon’s Fall. This new gameplay featured visual improvements mostly highlighting the brushwork filter. There were also tweaks made to the basic battle system for each weapon and the modes of attack.

There were also improvements made with dynamic scaling of enemy HP which will depend on the number of party members, as well as enhanced responsiveness to controls.

You can check out the footage below:

The third closed beta test will be taking place next month on November 15th and November 17th with sign ups ending on October 27th.

The closed beta will focus on character creation, 5 weapon types and 6 dungeons (3 dungeons with two difficulty levels).

Platinum previously also confirmed that the game will be playable in single-player, but also lets you team up with friends in groups of four to complete dungeons. So far details about whether the co-op will be limited to dungeons only are unknown, or whether you can team up in other areas of the game.

Babylon’s Fall is in development for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC (Steam). A release date has yet to be announced.


For a rundown of recent RPG news find it here in Top RPG News Of The Week: October 24th (Elden Ring, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, Cyberpunk 2077 And More!)

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