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    Make A Date With The Apocalypse This Summer In Dating-Action Game Eternights

    Independent developer Studio Sai has revealed a fresh look at their apocalyptic dating-action game debut, Eternights, set to steal the hearts of PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC fans when it releases this summer.

    The new Spring Update trailer showcases Eternights’ unique blend of dating and exhilarating real-time combat, which sees players making the most out of day-to-day life while faced with the end of the world. In Eternights, you’ll brave perilous dungeons steeped in mystery and danger while counting on your companions’ unique skills and spells in battle. Strategically exploit enemy weaknesses through elemental attacks while skillfully dodging, parrying and unleashing powerful combos. Monsters won’t be your only challenge; you’ll have to survive traps, outwit puzzles, conquer mini-games and hold hands if you are to save the world in this heartfelt game where romance and action play an equal part.

    With a mysterious entity turning humanity into monsters obsessed with violence and power, surreal evil stands between players, a cure and the brighter future the world deserves. Eternights’ gripping story is a race against time to stop a dark fate centered on a thoughtful examination of human connection and the intrinsic value of love. With scavenging, dungeon crawling and dating all on the to-do list, the clock is ticking – and choosing how to spend each precious remaining day counts.

    The latest gameplay also gives a glimpse at Eternights’ cast of five quirky and loveable characters to connect with, each brought to life with beautifully crafted 2D animated cutscenes. When not taking on the game’s deadly dungeons, players can deepen their bond with a chosen confidant, advancing each of their unique stories and unlocking a range of spectacular skills and spells that will prove crucial in battle.

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