Microsoft Store leak spills details on Ubisoft’s Immortals Fenyx Rising
The latest leak arriving from the Microsoft Store has unveiled details of a game that Ubisoft has been planning to re-reveal during its upcoming Forward presentation. A newly discovered Immortals Fenyx Rising store page, which is no longer available, had new information about the title, showing off screenshots and confirming it to be a Smart Delivery game.
Here’s how Ubisoft described the game on the store page:
Pre-order now for the bonus quest, A Tale of Fire and Lightning!
Immortals Fenyx Rising brings grand mythological adventure to life.
Play as Fenyx, a new, winged demigod, on a quest to save the Greek gods. The fate of the world is at stake – you are the gods’ last hope.
- Wield the powers of the gods like Achilles’ sword and Daidalos’ wings to battle powerful enemies and solve ancient puzzles.
- Fight iconic mythological beasts like Cyclops and Medusa in dynamic combat in the air and on the ground.
- Use your skills and diverse weapons, including self-guided arrows, telekinesis, and more, for devastating damage.
- Discover a stylized open world across seven unique regions, each inspired by the gods.
The company originally announced the game in 2019 during its E3 presentation with the name Gods & Monsters, a brand new IP being developed by the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey team. However, it was one of several Ubisoft games to get delayed in favor of receiving additional development time, and it looks like in addition to the name change, the graphics style has been modified slightly.
Much like other upcoming Ubisoft games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising will feature Xbox Smart Delivery, letting players play their Xbox One copy on the Xbox Series X – and vice versa – for no extra charge. A similar process is expected for the PlayStation 4 version as well.
The Microsoft Store page listed December 3, 2020, as the release date of Immortals Fenyx Rising, although this could be a placeholder. Ubisoft will be unveiling the game in full during its second Forward presentation on September 10.