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Lies of P Gameplay Revealed, Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Official gameplay footage for Lies of P gets revealed at Gamescom 2022 Opening Night Live, also coming to Xbox Game Pass on launch day.

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Lies of P Gameplay Revealed, Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Immediately recognized as a successor to Bloodborne, upcoming Souls-like action role-playing game Lies of P from developer Round8 Studio and publisher NEOWIZ was revealed last year for PC, PlayStation as well as Xbox console system.

A few months after its official reveal, NEOWIZ released an alpha gameplay teaser for everyone. During ongoing Gamescom 2022 Opening Night Live digital event, an official gameplay trailer is revealed, teasing enemies and more story bits.


Lies of P gameplay footage has been revealed at Gamescom 2022, highlighting various combat mechanics.



Although no release date was ever mentioned, a 2023 launch window has now been confirmed for Lies of P. Newly revealed Gamescom 2022 trailer shows protagonist Pinocchio in action and offers brief look at a lot of gameplay elements.

In search for Gepetto and his own humanity, Pinocchio fights through bloodthirsty automatons running wild on the streets of Krat. Players can literally change body parts of hero character to unlock new combat ability and variety of skills.


When in peril, you can use a health regeneration item called Pulse Cell and Stargazer will serve as safe respawn location. During fights, players can destroy enemy weapons by utilizing Perfect Guard block move to lessen their attack range.

Lies of P is a dark take on classic story of Pinocchio by Italian author Carlo Collodi, taking heavy inspiration from Soulsborne genre of games. As hinted earlier, Microsoft recently confirmed its arrival day-one across Xbox Game Pass service.

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