What you need to know
- Today, Sony revealed "Hood: Outlaws and Legends" during its State of Play event.
- There was some confirmed on whether it was an exclusive title.
- The game is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X, alongside PC.
- Hood: Outlaws and Legends is expected to launch in 2021.
Today, a new player vs. player vs. enemy (PvPvE) game called "Hood: Outlaws and Legends" was announced at the PlayStation State of Play event. As always, it was unclear if this was a multiplatform game like Temtem, but publisher Focus Home Interactive confirmed that it was coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.
Sumo Newcastle and Focus Home Interactive are pleased to announce Hood: Outlaws and Legends, a multiplayer PvPvE heist game coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2021. Gather your team of outlaws and attempt to steal treasure from an oppressive government in a dark and violent, medieval world. Unveiled at Sony's State of Play event today, watch the game's Reveal Trailer now for the first look at this gritty universe, including a quick gameplay sneak peek.
The game looks incredibly beautiful, even though we got only a glimpse of the gameplay. Maybe it'll be along the lines of Hunt: Showdown which is another PvPvE experience.
What are your hopes from the title? Are you hoping for a story or just bombastic gameplay? Let us know.
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