Chorus Gets a Deep-Dive Gameplay Trailer and Release Date

Deep Silver has revealed a new trailer for Chorus, going over the game’s story, gameplay, and features, while giving us a release date to look forward to.

It’s been a little bit since we’ve heard anything related to Chorus. It’s a game that’s been on my most-anticipated list since it was first revealed during an Xbox event last year. Aside from some gameplay action a couple months later, we’ve heard virtually nothing about the game pretty much all year.

As major gaming showcase after showcase hit without a fresh look, I was beginning to worry. Thankfully, the silence is broken today with a lengthy “101” trailer, and a release date! Chorus will launch on December 3rd:

In Chorus you take control of ace pilot Nara, a fugitive on a quest to destroy the dark cult that created her while facing her haunted past along the way. Along with her sentient starfighter, Forsaken, she explores ancient temples, engaging in exhilarating zero-g combat and fighting to unite the resistance forces against the cult (known as the Circle) and their leader, the Great Prophet.


Key features of Chorus:

A compelling single-player experience
Play as dual protagonists Nara and her sentient AI companion and starfighter, Forsaken, on a personal journey of redemption
Experience fast-paced, frenetic action that evolves the spirit of classic space shooters
Fight to unite resistance forces against the Circle and their ominous leader, the Great Prophet
Face down hordes of enemy starfighters, titanic battleships and unknown Void entities
Reclaim, upgrade, and wield devastating weapons and powers in zero-g dogfights
Explore a dark new sci-fi universe, teeming with mystery and conflict
Enjoy gorgeous next gen sci-fi visuals in 4K, from cosmic vistas to sprawling space stations
Engineered to take advantage of next-gen hardware, enhancements include:
4K resolution at 60fps
Advanced enemy ship destruction
Higher quality volumetric
Richer environmental effects

Chorus hits PlayStation 4|5, Xbox Consoles, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PCs on December 3, 2021.

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