Black Myth: Wukong shows up again with a long gameplay video showing the game in 4K with ray tracing and the support of Nvidia DLSS technology.
Game Science has released a new eight-minute video of Black Myth Wukong , the soulslike action game inspired by Journey to the West. The gameplay video shows us the game in 4K and ray tracing , with the support of Nvidia DLSS technology.
The video opens with the player controlling an insect: the protagonist of Black Myth Wukong can, apparently, turn into this little creature, even if we don’t know if for reasons of plot or freely. Upon reaching an enemy, however, the monkey returns to its original form and is ready to fight with some sort of monster, perhaps a Yokai of some kind. The creature is huge and powerful.
We also see various attacks from Wukong, such as the ability to summon copies. At a certain point, however, the protagonist of Black Myth escapes from the fight and finds a peak temple, where he lights incense: it is a “bonfire”, using the terminology of Dark Souls, or a resting place. The video continues with exploration and combat.
Above you can also see a second movie , completely dedicated to a narrative sequence. Everything is subtitled in English, with Chinese spoken. It could be considered a spoiler by some players, since it is only a plot, so we recommend watching it only if you do not worry about having anticipations on the narration of Black Myth Wukong.