‘Redfall’ Gameplay Footage Becomes Available – Watch NOW

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‘Redfall’ is that kind of game where your job is to fight against hordes of enemies trying to take over the city. Vampires are the villains in this game, and they don’t seem to have any mercy on humans. They’ve blocked the sun, and they are not willing to give up until they achieve their diabolical purpose. Only YOU can stop them and save the day!

Only two days have passed since ‘Redfall’ has released, and the game is already getting a lot of attention online. The ‘Skewed and Reviewed Gareth Von Kallenbach’ YouTube channel, which belongs to Gareth, has shared gameplay footage of the game, and we must admit that it looks pretty immersive:

Here’s a description for Redfall, courtesy of the game’s official Steam page:

The island town of Redfall, Massachusetts, is under siege by a legion of vampires who have blocked out the sun and cut the citizens off from the outside world. Explore the open world and immerse yourself in a deep story campaign as you unravel the mystery behind the vampires’ appearance. Ally with a handful of survivors against the creatures threatening to bleed the town dry.

Just about a week ago, we shared the news that the ‘Redfall’ first-person shooter game won’t go easy on your PC’s specs, if you decide to run the game on such a platform. To enjoy what the game has to offer best, it’s recommended to have 16GB of RAM, a CPU like the Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7, as well as a graphics card that’s at least as good as the NVIDIA RTX 2080, AMD 5700, or Intel ARC.

Apart from its PC version, ‘Redfall’ is also available for the following platforms: Xbox Series X/Series S and Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Do you think you have what it takes to save the world from the dreadful vampires in Redfall?

Cristian Antonescu
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