Lies of P August 2023 Release Month New Trailer
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Lies of P Release Month Revealed With New Trailer

Lies of P, the upcoming Soulslike RPG inspired by Bloodborne and the Pinocchio fairy tale, has received an official release month of August 2023 for consoles and PC. The news was revealed in a new cinematic trailer for the game, showing off more of its story, world and enemies. A concrete release date has not been mentioned yet, but players are able to wishlist the game right now.

Lies of P puts a darker gothic spin on the classic tale of Pinocchio. Players assume the role of the character as he explores a world brought to ruin by vicious mechanical creations. A lot has been borrowed from From Software’s Souls franchise including stamina management, creative enemies and boss fights, challenging gameplay and eye-catching locations.

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The official description of Lies of P reads:

“You must always lie to others if you hope to become human. Inspired by the familiar story of Pinocchio, Lies of P is an action souls-like game set in a cruel, dark Belle Époque world. All of humanity is lost in a once beautiful city that has now become a living hell filled with unspeakable horrors. Lies of P offers an elegant world filled with tension, a deep combat system and a gripping story. Guide Pinocchio and experience his unrelenting journey to become human.”

As part of IGN Fan Fest, a new trailer for Lies of P was released last week showing off more of the combat and exploration. According to developer Neowiz Games, the game will take you at least 30 hours to beat, promising a lengthy journey. Additionally, Neowiz Games confirmed late last year that the game’s development was close to complete and now it looks like we have August to look forward to.

Lies of P launches in August 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. It will also launch day one on Xbox Game Pass. Check out the new trailer below.

Source: PlayStation

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