PlatinumGames recently confirmed the Babylon’s Fall demo will arrive on PS4 and PS5 a week before the game’s date.
The free PlayStation demo for PlatinumGames’ title will be available a week before the game’s release; Meanwhile, the PC beta won’t launch until the end of March. An immersive adventure, publisher Square Enix and the PlatinumGames development team have finally begun sharing details about the game. Babylon’s Fall in State of Play 2019. They introduced the RPG’s official gameplay during the PlayStation-branded broadcast, a welcome revelation following the scarcity of information shared at the launch. eye E3 2018.
Babylon’s Fall is billed as another of Square Enix’s online catering efforts, a model the longtime Japanese publisher has experimented with to varying degrees of success in recent years. Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda recently mentioned Marvel’s Avengers as a disappointment in an annual report late last year. Of course, the stunning success of Final Fantasy XIV is an example of how hugely profitable the online game model can be, although the Final Fantasy online experience has not always received acclaim. . So with all of the above in mind, it will be interesting to see how Babylon’s Fall will look after its launch in the coming weeks.
The Japanese publication GamesTalk (via VGC) reports that PlatinumGames plans to launch a free demo of Babylon’s Fall on PS4 and PS5 on February 25, a week before the full release of the game. In the beta, users can join up with three other players, the report also notes that in addition to confirming that save data will be able to carry over to the final game. This will mark the first time users have experienced the RPG since Babylon’s Fall’s Close Beta, the final phase that PlatinumGames will host in late 2021. Notably, the PC beta on Steam seems to be going won’t release until sometime in late March, according to PC Gamer, though the specifics don’t seem clear.
PlatinumGames and Square Enix announced the Babylon’s Fall release date at The Game Awards 2021, news that comes with a brand new trailer. At the time, the companies also noted that all those who pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition will get early access to the title on February 28 (three days before launch). For $99.99, Babylon’s Fall’s Digital Deluxe Edition boasts 1,000 in-game currency points, Gideon Attire Pack, Zu Attire Pack, Legatus Cape, Winged Cape, and Acanthus Frontlet Accessory.
With the online gaming model taking over the industry, it’s no surprise that Babylon’s Fall will split its content release into seasons. Season 1, called Eternal Tower, kicks off on February 25th and ends on May 31st. This first series of content will come complete with free and paid Battle Pass offerings, as PlatinumGames announced today. previously reported.
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