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Souls-Like RPG ‘Mortal Shell’ Enters Open Beta Due to Popular Demand

Mortal Shell entered open beta last night citing “overwhelming success”.  This means everyone can download the game on PC through the Epic Games Store and give it a go. Developer Cold Symmetry and PlayStack announced that the upcoming hardcore souls like RPG is now available for all PC players. The test was previously only available for a select few. However, everyone can now give it a go.

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The Mortal Shell open beta lets players explore the outskirts of Fallgrim and the Abandoned chamber. The game is a Dark Souls-inspired action RPG that managed to garner some popularity over its unique art style. The gameplay is a combination of relentless combat and dark fantasy exploration. Players face off against devoted Gods which are creatures both pitiable and grotesque.

If you want to give the game a go, head on over to the Epic Games Store now and download it. The game file is around 6.8GB which is not huge at all. There’s no close date yet for the test. However, we suggest you get in and play it as soon as possible to avoid missing out. Mortal Shell is planned for a PS4, Xbox One and PC release sometime in late 2020. The PC version is exclusive to the Epic Games Store.

This Beta build allows you to possess two Mortal Shells – Harros and Tiel – to better understand their subtleties in combat. This Beta does not include spoilers (we decided to keep the story a secret for just a little longer) and we have deliberately cordoned-off much of the open sprawling marshland of Fallgrim to keep you focused. Before we leave you, a warning: Mortal Shell was made for battle-hardened soulslike fans. It is vindictive design, assembled with spite. It will take the best among you around an hour to complete it. For everyone else, expect your progress to be much slower.

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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