(Update) Immortals: Fenyx Rising seems to be arriving in December, and it looks a lot less cartoony

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[Update: During today’s Ubisoft Forward stream, the game was fully re-revealed, with its new art style in tow and a confirmed release date of December 3. “Extra production time” has allowed the team to “add new experiences” to Fenyx Rising, a developer said on-stream. Zeus and Prometheus will narrate the tale of Fenyx, the hero of the game. You can get a closer look at the new style in the trailer below.

There’s also going to be an exclusive Stadia trial for Fenyx Rising “later this year in all regions Stadia is accessible.”]

Just a few days ago we learned that the fun-sounding Gods & Monsters was torn to shreds and built back up by Ubisoft as “Immortals: Fenyx Rising.” Now, thanks to a new Microsoft Store listing, it seems as if the game is getting a new look, too.

Thanks to the classic Microsoft Store leak, we know that the game is tentatively scheduled for release on December 3, and the new screens are decidedly (and sadly) less cartoony in nature. Oh, and it has a pre-order bonus quest (A Tale of Fire and Lightning): of course. We’ll clearly learn more about the game and its release date on September 10 at the next Ubisoft Forward stream.

According to the listing, Immortals: Fenyx Rising will be coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Stadia on December 3, while an Xbox Series X and PS5 launch are also planned. Ubisoft specifically calls out the Smart Delivery system for providing a cross-Xbox-One-to-Series-X copy, but does not mention the situation between the PS4 and PS5.

This seems to be a trend, and the new “all-in-one-entertainment-system” marketing move.

Immortals: Fenyx Rising [Microsoft Store via Gematsu]

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