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New Trailer for Extinction Highlights Improvements Since E3 Debut


Jack Gardner

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Extinction made a definite impression when it appeared at this year's E3. Players take on the role of Avil, the last Sentinel of his world, as he fights to prevent humanity's annihilation at the hands of an army of towering ogres. The Attack on Titan-like size disparity between the ogres and Avil leads to really interesting logistical problems - how do you best climb an angry skyscraper bent on killing you? The new gameplay trailer from Iron Galaxy showcases the different ogres, a lore tease, and some of Avil's handy acrobatic moves. 

 

Extinction is separated into multiple levels where Avil must defend his city against waves of ogre invaders. These ogres are able to completely destroy the environment - if Avil sits back to do nothing, the city could be completely leveled. In order to fight them, Avil will need to dash through city streets, climb towers, and use whatever the environment can provide to take down the ogres.

 

 

Ogres come in all kinds of different variations. Some are heavily armored, others have light armor, but massive weapons. The gameplay trailer alludes to numerous other types of ogres that haven't yet been revealed, but we see hulking red brutes and ogres with barbed wire and bones around their piece of armor, hinting that what we have seen so far is only the tip of the ogre-sized iceberg. 

 

Extinction will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC early 2018. 

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