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Hell is Us announced, the creative director of the last Deus Ex on the project

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Nacon has just announced Hell is Us, a new action-adventure TPS directed by the former artistic director of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided or Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.

Nacon unveiled this Tuesday Hell is Us, a “new major project” for the Rogue Factor studio and for the creative director in charge of this title, Jonathan Jacques-Belletêtethe Quebec creator in charge of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided or Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.

In this ambitious action-adventure TPS coming to next-gen consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series, but also PCyou play a character in search of his origins in a country in the throes of civil war in the form of a semi-open world.

The almost total autarky of this region hides a heavy secret: the recent appearance of supernatural creatures reminiscent of ancient steles and monuments of the region. This phenomenon is called “The Calamity” by the citizens. Equipped with weapons specially forged to fight these monsters, the main character will have to learn to face them and use his equipment wisely.

Presented as a game “of a new genre”, the creative director announces that he wants to restore the adventure genre to its former glory. The player will have to explore the environments themselves to advance in history and in its understanding.

No need for a detailed quest log or precise indication on the map of the areas to explore: we want players to feel the breath of adventure, guided by their thinking and their instincts

To see more, you will have to wait, the title is set for the moment at 2023. But a first video already makes it possible to take stock of the visual aspect, under Unreal Engine 5, a kind of techno-SF dystopia with the Master Sword in the hands.

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