Team Ninja recently announced the upcoming demo for Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. It is set to release on the 24th of February till the 26th of March. Some exciting details were also given along with the announcement, making us impatient for the game. Luckily, our team at TopTierList has just found the upcoming demo being shown on SteamDB.
As such, we can see some things, including the languages, the client’s icon, the game’s logo, and the art for the demo. The game is right around the corner, so this is the perfect time for fans to hype themselves up as we show the little things added in SteamDB.
For those who did not know, this demo will be the game’s 2nd and last. According to the official announcement, saved data from this demo can be transferred to the main game, allowing you to experience many things while keeping your playtime on record.
#WoLongFallenDynasty demo is coming February 24! Play it on #PlayStation4 #PlayStation5 #XboxOne, Series X|S, #Steam & Microsoft store!
Save data from this demo will transfer to the final game! Complete the demo to obtain the "Crouching Dragon Helmet" DLC in the full game. 🐉 pic.twitter.com/oQtKfdqKcw
— Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty (@WoLongOfficial) February 5, 2023
- Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Demo can now be seen on SteamDB.
- It shows the different languages supported in the game; 3 languages in audio and 11 languages in subtitles.
- There is not much new revealed via the SteamDB, but that is to be expected.
Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja announced the upcoming Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Demo just a few days ago. The demo will be completely free and will launch on the 24th of February for PC, PlayStation 4|5, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.
It is a great opportunity for gamers, as completing this demo will allow them to unlock the “Crouching Dragon Helmet” in the main game. In addition, those who pre-order the game digitally will receive “Zhuque Armor,” and those who purchase by the 16th of March will receive “Baihu Armor.”
The game is set to release on the 4th of March, so the demo will be available for a few weeks after the full game’s launch. Nonetheless, people can start from the demo and transfer their saved data to the full game without any issues.
Just two days after the announcement, our team found the demo updated on SteamDB. The details are all according to what has been revealed. We can even see the supported languages below:
|11 LANGUAGES||INTERFACE||FULL AUDIO||SUBTITLES|
|Spanish – Spain||Yes||Yes|
|Portuguese – Brazil||Yes||Yes|
We can also see several images, from the client’s icon to the hero background, all of which are as expected.
The first thing we find is the game’s logo and the demo’s text. It will likely remain the same without that text for the full game.
Secondly, we have the hero background, which shows our main character staring into the monster that might as well be death itself.
Next, we see the demo art, which seems to be the official art for this demo, as it is named “header.”
The same demo art can be seen in a portrait, giving a much better look at the main character’s back and the calamity that the monster caused.
Last but not least, we have the client’s icon, which is exactly as we expected. Even though there is not much new from what we already know, it is good to see that things are going exactly as planned, and we will not see many changes to any of it.
If you didn’t know already, the demo would contain the first two stages of the game that were not shown in the previous demo; Chapter 1: Village of Calamity and Chapter 2: Two Chivalrous Heroes. The stages will contain the exciting gameplay we have seen prior, and we will get another opportunity to battle against the demons.
The game depicts the later Han Dynasty and will feature Online Multiplayer/Co-op. Once you clear the first chapter and transfer your data, your reward, “Crouching Dragon Helmet,” should be waiting for you in the full game.
That is all for now! What are your thoughts on this game after seeing the previous demo? And are you excited to check out this free demo as it releases later this month? Share your thoughts with us below, and we will get back to you!
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