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Greedfall dev shares first gameplay footage of its 18th century automaton RPG Steelrising

Spiders – the French studio behind the scrappy but lovable RPG likes of GreedFall and The Technomacer – has shared first gameplay footage of its offbeat new action-RPG, Steelrising.

Steelrising, if you’re unfamiliar, features a deliciously high-concept premise, unfolding in a heavily reimagined version of 18th century Paris, where players are cast as Aegis, one of Marie Antoinette’s automaton bodyguards, and charged with tracking down their maker in a bid to stop Louis XVI’s army of rogue robots.

Steelrising got its big reveal last summer, when Spiders shared a wonderfully atmospheric teaser trailer offering a glimpse of Paris’ battle-ravaged streets and glorious automaton creations. And now, following a second cinematic trailer in June, the developer has provided a first look at Steelrising’s gameplay, predominantly focussing on its flashy third-person combat.

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Spiders – the French studio behind the scrappy but lovable RPG likes of GreedFall and The Technomacer – has shared first gameplay footage of its offbeat new action-RPG, Steelrising.

Steelrising, if you’re unfamiliar, features a deliciously high-concept premise, unfolding in a heavily reimagined version of 18th century Paris, where players are cast as Aegis, one of Marie Antoinette’s automaton bodyguards, and charged with tracking down their maker in a bid to stop Louis XVI’s army of rogue robots.

Steelrising got its big reveal last summer, when Spiders shared a wonderfully atmospheric teaser trailer offering a glimpse of Paris’ battle-ravaged streets and glorious automaton creations. And now, following a second cinematic trailer in June, the developer has provided a first look at Steelrising’s gameplay, predominantly focussing on its flashy third-person combat.

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