At E3 2019 this year, I got the opportunity to see a hands-off preview of Werewolf: The Apocalypse Earthblood. When I settled into the demo, I expected to see a typical Werewolf game with a story premise. Instead what I ended up seeing was an impressive game that had impressive visuals, and a bloodbath that was reminiscent of X-Men Origins Wolverine. Sure, there are RPG elements in this game but overall, this plays like an action based game that is sure to play towards both audiences alike.
In Werewolf: The Apocalypse Earthblood, you play as Cahal. Cahal is a werewolf that has lost everything in his life, and struggles with his identity and true purpose within the world. Everytime Cahal attacks in his human form, his inner rage starts to increase. This is fine unless you are playing the game with a stealth approach as you try to sneak up on enemies. The higher his inner rage gets, the more he will creep closer and closer to becoming a full blown Werewolf. And once that happens, all hell breaks loose and there’s no turning back. Of course, if you don’t care about stealth, and want to go all out killing anything and everything in your path, then this rage bar won’t really matter much to you at all. Unleash your inner WereRage and have at it by ripping your enemies apart limb from limb.
The transition between wolf and werewolf was completely seamless in Werewolf: The Apocalypse Earthblood with the ability to switch back and forth with just a click of a button. You can jump as a wolf and by the time your feet hit the ground, you’re a werewolf killing machine. It was a neat feature and I think it will give the player a lot of different options for approach and strategy within the game. The game is looking strong so far and you can keep your eyes out for it to be releasing sometime in 2020. For more, make sure you keep it locked right here to Mammoth Gamers!