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    IMMORTAL: And The Death That Follows Coming To Consoles And PC In 2025

    Estonia-based indie developer Mishura Games, reveals a roguelike beat ’em up project called IMMORTAL: And The Death That Follows launching on Playstation 5, Xbox Series, Switch, and PC in 2025.

    Source: Mishura Games

    • Battle on top of outrageous vehicles as they speed down a highway in gameplay that is equal parts Mario and Mortal Kombat.

    • Stave off hordes of enemies in free-flow combat or engage in intense duels.

    • Choose what happens to your enemies as they evolve and level up with you.

    • Create a new move set and playstyle every time you play.

    • Engage in an esoteric tug of war with your inner demon while carving your way through the social ladder of an interdimensional prison for demigods.

    • All supported by unique eye-popping visuals, over-the-top animation and a rocking instrumental soundtrack.

    The Story

    Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Fudo, the King of Wisdom and former warden of Buddha’s prison camp for demigods will learn humility as he is incarcerated with the rest for his betrayal of truth.

    The former villain would have to use both his brawn and leadership skills to reunite the Asuras to escape the Titan Realm and its creator’s tyrannical regime. But with everyone in the prison wanting a piece of their former warden – it will not be easy.

    You are Fudo’s only chance at redemption, having the ability to influence his choices. The last spark of humanity trapped in his vile corrupted soul. Will you succumb to the Wisdom King’s power and take the easy way out or fight for freedom until the very end?

    He is actually very shy, introvert but no choice, have to go out to buy games. He likes food and food likes him. He somehow manage to find a job with the right time accommodate to gaming. He has a very short attention span, therefore has to finish a game fast or else a simple pun can distract him for the entire day. Yes a Pun, he loves puns as much as he loves games; easily distracted, whichever comes next.

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