Dutch Developer Artificial Core Drops Corepunk Gameplay Video Showcasing PvE
The video offers an extended look at the top-down MMO PvE combat.
If you’ve been following the top-down, click-and-move MMO Corepunk, you’ll be interested to know that developer Artificial Core has elected to show off some of the game in action. Specifically, they’ve dropped a 15-minute long video of some of the game’s PvE content. The video shows four players in action exploring one of the game’s zones and fighting the creatures found there.
If you’re watching the video and feel like you’re getting a bit of a MOBA vibe, don’t worry, you’re not the only one. In fact, it looks like that might actually be intentional. It’s just how it’s styled. That said, it works for a top-down environment, keeping things from being too cluttered or confusing.
For those of you who are interested in the game and perhaps want to get in on the action before it launches, a beta test is slated for some time in December. Signups are available on the game’s site.
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