Black Myth: Wukong shares 8-minute gameplay and 6-minute cutscene footage
Game Science has released new footage for upcoming action RPG Black Myth: Wukong - an 8-minute gameplay video and a 6-minute in-game cutscene.
The gameplay video highlights some of the NVIDIA technology incorporated into the game, such as DLSS and ray tracing.
Black Myth: Wukong is an action RPG loosely based on Journey to the West initially announced in August 2020. Today's gameplay footage shows the monkey main character taking on a variety of new dangerous foes, including a large electrified dragon-lizard. The cutscene footage introduces a set of priestess-like characters discussing their mother's groom.
You can check out the new footage below. Black Myth: Wukong is planned for PC and consoles, but no release date has been set. More footage and screenshots can be found in last year's update. The official website is here.
Black Myth: Wukong - 8-Minute Exclusive Gameplay
Get an exclusive look at the first-ever 4K gameplay of Black Myth: Wukong with ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS. Featuring collectibles, hidden elements, new combat and enemies, the latest Black Myth: Wukong gameplay takes you back into the mysterious forest. Powered by GeForce RTX technology, explore this immersive and fantastic Chinese mythology world with ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS in the upcoming action RPG from Game Science.
Black Myth: Wukong - 6-Minute In-game Cutscene
Black Myth: Wukong, the action-adventure game developed by Game Science, reveals a new 6 minutes in-game cutscene today. All characters in this video make their first appearances. Wise men does not fall in love, but the fool is trapped by the feelings. But I'm still into you, to the moon and back. - "I'll try anything once."