Chorus Updates: Chorus is Fishlabs’ new space combat game. IGN exclusively showed the brand-new gameplay. This eight-minute segment of the game shows Chorus’s fast-paced fighting and graceful flying.
This episode features Nara and Forsaken, a sentient starship that Nara has created. They arrive at Maka Haven, a space station under attack by cultists. To rescue the station from its siege, three psychic totems need to be destroyed. This challenge features Chorus’ combat which constantly bombards the screen using beautiful particle effects and fast ship moves. Maka Haven’s level design is also innovative, as flying inside the station creates an intimate and challenging environment that transcends the vast expanses of space.
After Maka Haven is freed, Forsaken docks at the station’s hangar. Here we see Chorus’ customization of his ship. You can see that Forsaken may have different attributes such as weaponry and power. These attributes can be changed and rearranged using new parts purchased from the hangar.
Forsaken is a narrative-driven gameplay video that doesn’t include any characters. However, it does mention traveling through a time wormhole to the past and the place it was built at the end.
For more information about Chorus, check out the trailers of Nara and The Circle. Chorus will be coming to Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will also be available on Stadia, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Series S.
We are able to see Maka Haven freed and the Chorus ships in action as the Forsaken docks at the station’s hangar. The options available show that Forsaken’s can be easily swapped out and transferred with new stuff purchased from a hangar.
He finally reaches the end of The Lost Time. It is not a gameplay video that tells a story.
For more information, check out the trailers of Nara and The Circle. Chorus will be available for Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia, Xbox 5 and Xbox Series X, as well as other platforms.