Shoot the devilish spawn back to hell! A sinister shooter giant is ready to be unleashed on gamers. In the latest trailer, Witchfire shows off both its brutality and its graphical beauty thanks to the latest Nvidia technology.
The new evil masterpiece from the makers of Painkiller and Bulletstorm is called Witchfire – and the name says it all. Unfortunately, the planned release in 2022 could not be kept due to development reasons, so it was moved to 2023. But now the developers are back again with a brand new gameplay trailer, in which the new DLSS 3 technology for the GeForce RTX series is used.
As described in the trailer, the game makes use of the latest Deep Learning Super Sampling technology iteration (DLSS 3). This is supposed to provide the game with particularly sharp images as well as a very high frame rate thanks to AI-supported graphics. Even on older hardware – but you got to have a GeForce RTX graphics card. You can read more about this cool feature on the official Nvidia article.
Witchfire combines demon hunting with fast-paced gameplay
In Witchfire, we go to war against hordes of witches and demons, armed with shotguns, revolvers, and crossbows, on behalf of the church. You have been transformed from willing sinners into merciless witch hunters and got equipped with powerful firearms and spells. Your mission is to destroy the terrible Witch of the Black Sea along with her protecting phantom army and get hold of a special artifact to restore order. The game has rogue-lite gameplay, which means that you repeatedly run through interconnected game worlds and kill as many enemies as possible to raise your kill count before the monsters eliminate you. The setting is dark and sinister, and the pace of the game is reminiscent of genre pioneers like Quake.
Release date, platforms & multiplayer
According to official information, Witchfire will be released at the beginning of 2023. However, there is no more detailed information about the specific release date yet. The FPS game comes out in Early-Access for PC as an exclusive title in the Epic Games Store. The developers have not planned multiplayer for the time being. Considering today’s gaming trends, however, it would be quite imaginable that the developers will subsequently add a multiplayer and/or co-op mode. That would make sense both in terms of the story and the gameplay (preyers hunting witches on behalf of the church).
More great games await you in 2023
Big titles also need a big performance. The newest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 laptop editions will provide you with great framerates – even on the go.
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