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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood’s latest gameplay trailer unleashes the beast

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Earth! It’s in danger, and while a quintet of teenagers armed with elemental-bending rings that could summon a nigh-unstoppable avatar of the planet whose only weakness was Hitler’s unfiltered hate, there are better ways to save the environment. Better…and METAL. Why slap a corporation on the wrist when you can send a werewolf after it instead? I’m lycan this plan already.

That’s the idea in Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, which has just revealed its first extended gameplay trailer. Developed by Cyanide Studios, the trailer narrated by game director Julien Desourteaux shows off the core meat and potatoes of Werewolf’s gameplay. You can skulk around in your human form, laying traps and taking out enemies or you can get sneakier as a full-blooded wolf that can work its way into conveniently-shaped air ducts for maximum surveillance opportunities.

Activities in either of those forms will build up your rage meter, which you can then make good use of in your most devastating transformation: The Crinos. A true Werewolf form that you can use to rip and tear through foes, unleashing all of that lycanthrope rage through various abilities will turn you into an apex predator.

You still have to be careful though, as enemies firing at you with silver bullets can permanently remove portions of your health bar during an encounter. Pentex, the multinational corporation that serves the Wyrm in its quest to drain the planet of all life, also has plenty of cannon fodder to throw your way so you’ll have to make good use of all three forms to survive the journey to save the day.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood currently has a February 4, 2021 on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC and will be part of the Classic World of Darkness universe alongside Vampire: The Masquerade. Tom Cruise would be proud of this dark universe.

Last Updated: December 15, 2020


  1. Looks cool, but I would be weary of any game releasing on the old gen now after Cyberpunk


  2. Seeker

    December 15, 2020 at 10:33

    This game would have been a big hit back in the 7th gen. It still needs some polishing especially on the animations. Looks liek a fun game but I think it would need to be on s service like gamepass to really succeed.


  3. D the Bandit 2

    December 26, 2020 at 11:27

    Switching combat “stances” in my opinion will make the game clunky. The Umbra part of the game would need to be shown to truly get a good sense of where this game is going. The books will always be my first love…. this game has a lot to compete with and from what I’ve seen so far I am not impressed.


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