Phantom Blade Zero Continues To Look Stunning In Leaked Gameplay

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The Combat & Visuals Continue To Impress!

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  • Phantom Blade Zero’s gameplay was recently revealed at the Summer Game Fest.
  • However, a leaked video has surfaced online, revealing even more details about the game.
  • The leaked footage showcases multiple boss fights, abilities, and combos.

Phantom Blade Zero is one of the most highly anticipated titles after yesterday’s event. Recently, the developers shared a new reveal at Summer Game Fest, where the stunning mechanics and gameplay impressed many.

It seems that the incredibly polished gameplay was not limited to Summer Game Fest. A recent leak on Bilibili, a Chinese social media platform, shows additional footage, including several intense boss fights.

Why it matters: Souls-like titles have a devoted global fanbase and successful releases like Elden Ring and Sekiro have set high standards. Therefore, the success of Phantom Blade Zero is crucial for S-GAME to make it to the big stage.

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Phantom Blade Zero Is Focused On Martial Arts

The leaked gameplay footage looks exceptionally polished, featuring impressive combat mechanics and visuals reminiscent of the debut trailer. However, it also reveals new elements that were not shown in the initial trailer.

One of the main takeaways from the leaked gameplay is the boss fights. The footage shows multiple boss fights in action in the game, highlighting terrific foes with incredibly fast and hard-hitting attacks.

While the gameplay trailer already depicted a brutal and gruesome combat experience, the leaked footage takes everything up a notch, showcasing one move where a boss execution features decapitation.

One interesting detail in the leak is the existence of combo strings. It highlights the inputs fans can expect, teasing the depth S-GAME has introduced to the combat system.

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Phantom Blade Zero Features A Close Resemblance To Sekiro

So far, the game is looking quite promising and might be the next big Souls-like title after recent hits like Lies of P. However, fans have to wait for the official release to find out whether Phantom Blade Zero will live up to this potential.

The release date has not been revealed yet, but speculations suggest a late 2024 or early 2025 launch. Phantom Blade Zero has also promised hands-on experiences at Summer Game Fest, ChinaJoy, Gamescom, and more.

Developer S-GAME will likely compete with the many games that have been inspired by Sekiro’s phenomenal combat since its release. The likes of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and Rise of the Ronin immediately come to mind.

However, Phantom Blade Zero seems to be a cut above the rest for the time being.

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