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Originally due for release alter this year the sequel to the surprise stealth-hit Styx: Master of Shadows is now headed to PC, PS4, and Xbox One Q1 2017. Called Styx: Shards of Darkness, the delay is due to a development shift from Unreal Engine 3 to the newer, fancier, Unreal Engine 4. And with the debut gameplay trailer we get a glimpse at the new engine. Plus, see what happens when an elf unwittingly drinks goblin puke.

Yep, it's great to see that the humour from the first game is making its way to the sequel. Which keeps the series tradition of offering some great pure-stealth mechanics.

Check it out.






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