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Immortals Of Aveum shows us his true colors: that of disappointment and sunburn – NoFrag – NoFrag

We didn’t expect anything, we’re still disappointed, Immortals of Aveum just shared long sequences of uninterrupted gameplay. In principle quite commendable and rather rare in the industry, but unfortunately what you see there is boring to death. As a reminder, it’s a bit like Call Of Magic, with spells instead of assault rifles. On the other hand, before starting the video, I advise you to have these glasses and this ointment, otherwise you risk losing a few tenths in each eye and getting quite a sunburn. Note that they took our comment into account as they indicate at the beginning of the video that there will be flashes of light.

For those who don’t want to take the risk, the video shows us the gameplay, obviously with the controller, with a far too narrow FOV. It peeks everywhere with blinding lights obscuring most of the action while HP bags take damage until they drop. It’s very messy, but maybe the player sucks, who knows? The played character is equipped with some kind of shield, which he uses to avoid enemy fire, and his right hand is equipped with a bracelet of strength, which is equipped with different types of spells. These look like equivalents of classic FPS weapons, like pistols, machine guns, shotguns or railguns. We can also see, if our persistence of the retina does not prevent it, a menu to compare the power of objects with loot, which allows a priori to improve his man.

In any case, it looks very bad, presented like this. Perhaps things get more interesting with the keyboard/mouse pair in hand, but nothing is less certain. What is certain, however, is that it requires a fairly robust machine to get the game running, as a long Steam blog post reveals: For 1440p in 60 FPS, in medium-high, a Core i7-12700 or a Ryzen 7 is already available 5700X and an RTX 3080 Ti or an RX 6800 XT. This probably explains the previous video’s FPS drops…

Immortals of Aveum is due out on July 20th on Steam, the Epic Games Store and the EA Store for €60.