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Lies of P Has Three Endings – Dev Insists on Multiple Playthroughs

Lies of P, the upcoming Souslike Pinocchio game inspired by Bloodborne, is set to launch next month and thanks to Gamescom, we’ve got plenty of new information about the game. According to game director Choi Ji-won from Round 8 Studio and Neowiz Games, Lies of P will have three different endings, though he encourages players to do multiple playthroughs and wait “until the very end” of the game.

Speaking to the director at Gamescom, DualShockers asked Choi Ji-won about Lies of P‘s various endings. The director confirmed that there will be three endings for the game, though insists players complete multiple playthroughs to get the complete package. “One thing we planned in advance is that you wouldn’t want to just play it once. If you have only played it once, then it’s not complete,” said Choi Ji-won. “We really highly recommend you play it several times.”

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Lies of P contains a “lying system” (tying into the themes of Pinocchio) in which players must make decisions with consequences that determine each ending of the game. Choi Ji-won explained, “Basically there are three endings. But we really, really, really recommend playing the ending until the very, very, very end.”

According to Neowiz Games, Lies of P will take players around 30 hours to beat so that’s almost 100 hours of playtime if they’re aiming to see everything that the game has to offer and unlock all three endings.

In other news, Lies of P will receive a crossover with Team Ninja’s action-RPG Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty in September, though it’s unclear what kind of content fans can expect from the collaboration. A demo is currently available for the game ahead of release too on all platforms.

Lies of P launches on 19 September 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. It’s also coming day one to Xbox Game Pass.

Source: DualShockers

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