DokeV’s Reveal trailer is overwhelming, joyous mayhem
DokeV’s Gamescom 2021 trailer was a whirlwind of gameplay previews and impressive visual displays that barely gave viewers a chance to breathe.
One of Gamescom 2021’s most surprising revelations was an open-world creature-catching game called DokeV, produced by Black Desert Online developer Pearl Abyss. The trailer was a whirlwind of awesome gameplay and visuals that was hard not to get hit with, though it also seemed to lack structure, resulting in a chaotic and even overwhelming display of colorful graphics, effects and effects. particles and a revelation that left some viewers unsure. of what the game itself is.
Principally, DokeV seems to bring open world exploration game features like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or the next one Pokémon Legends: Arceus. In the reveal trailer, the characters skate, drive, and even fly over an awe-inspiring Korean-inspired landscape seemingly populated by not only a variety of different creatures to fight and capture, but other human NPCs as well.
Considering that the game was initially revealed as an MMO when it was first announced, it’s not entirely surprising that there are so many different ways to engage with the world. Different mounts and career paths are common in other MMO games, but it looks like these elements may have been left in place when DokeVThe development of has moved away from the MMO formula.
DokeV’s Reveal trailer is both
DokeVThe reveal trailer apparently wanted to show everything the game had to offer in one sitting, and the result is both pleasantly overwhelming and lacking in concrete detail. We see characters chatting and playing games with NPCs, fishing, surfing, flying kites and fighting against as yet unexplained robotic creatures. It wasn’t until halfway through the trailer that DokeVEven the basic creature collecting gameplay is introduced. According to the official Pearl Abyss website, the game is an action-adventure title that revolves around befriending Dokebi, creatures who “gain strength and encourage people’s dreamsThe website also contains a large selection of screenshots and concept illustrations of the game’s development process.
To see things, DokeV will likely include plenty of customization options, at least in terms of outfits and playstyles. Characters are seen fighting with giant hammers, blaster rifles, rocket-powered shoes, shoulder cannons, hats magical and more, all set in a stunning environment, the trailer fills the accents with Kpop tunes and an impressive array of particle effects. Sometimes it’s difficult to keep track of what the trailer is trying to show the audience, and it leaves little time to analyze one detail before moving on to another, like the sheer number of ways to explore the world, that seem to vary from the mundane of things like jet skis, skateboards and grapple cars, high tech umbrellas and rocket skates. On paper it looks like DokeV will essentially serve as Pokemon-esque exploratory adventure, especially since the characters in the reveal trailer interact with the environment. What has been revealed so far, however, is perhaps more confusing than informative – although it is undeniably full of possibilities.
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DokeV is slated for release on PC and unspecified consoles sometime in 2022.
Source: Pearl Abyss
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