We first heard of GreedFall way back in 2017, when a teaser trailer shed insight into what could well be expected by the latest RPG from Spiders Studio. From there though, everything went quiet until just before E3 2019 when another story trailer emerged. Today though, we find yet another trailer hitting the videowaves with this one confirming the full release date of GreedFall on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Coming from Spiders Studio, GreedFall will be hitting Xbox One, PS4 and PC come September 10th 2019, allowing you to head on out and forge your destiny in a whole new world, one which sees you navigating your way across the uncharted island of Teer Fradee. trailer confirms September release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC
The announcement trailer below lets us in on a glimpse of its world, characters and secrets, prior to us given the chance to build friendships, break alliances, diffuse conflicts and shape the future of the island. Our decisions will be utterly vital in the world of Greedfall, and thankfully player freedom and choice are at the core of what it all brings. In fact, if you’re up for exploring a brave new frontier, are ready to head off on the search for lost secrets, and prefer to rely on more than just skill in combat, then Greedfall may well be for you. Everything, whether a dialogue option, choosing a stealthy approach, or even your choice of companion in a given situation may alter the outcome.
GreedFall on Xbox One, PS4 and PC tells the tale of an old world which is dying, and its weary population is plagued by a seemingly unstoppable disease. The only glimmer of hope lies in rumors that a cure may be found on the recently discovered island of Teer Fradee. Joining your cousin, governor Constantin D’Orsay, along with various factions with their own directives and hidden agendas, journey into a new world seeping with magic. Will you align yourself with one of the new colonies, or join the natives in their struggle for liberty?
We’ll be sure to remind you when that 10th September 2019 release date of GreedFall on Xbox One, PS4 and PC (Steam) comes around, but for now make sure you hit up that trailer below. Let us know what you think by dropping into the comments or finding us on the usual social channels.