Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, the video game adaptation of the iconic role-playing game, is set to reveal its transformation from pen and paper to a digital game on 18 October at PDXCon in Berlin.
Fans of the original and attendees at Berlin’s own PDXCon can get their teeth into this brand new RPG as it takes to the show floor for the first time in a consumer space. In addition, a new trailer for the title will drop on 19 October while the Game Director for the developer, Cyanide, will take to the stage. Over the course of this presentation, Julien Desourteaux will reveal more information about the game as part of a keynote speech. While gamers In Berlin will be able to get up close and personal with the werewolves, the rest of us can catch the entire thing on stream via Twitch.
For anybody that missed the initial reveal at E3, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood is the first time this RPG title has been translated to this digital format. Published by Bigben, this adventure puts players in the skin of Cahal, a banished werewolf, forced to return to the aid of his endangered Tribe. He must master the rage within him and channel it against the tribe’s enemies. As you exact revenge against all who would pollute Mother Earth, players will find themselves playing a pivotal part in the Great War of the Garou. With epic stakes and the promise of some visceral combat, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood might very well be worth keeping an eye out for.
We don’t have any more information on the release date of the final format of the great war against man but you can check out the teaser trailer above and head over to the game’s official website for more information on Cahal and the werewolf clan.