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Nightingale Set To Begin Early Access On February 21, 2024
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Nightingale Set To Begin Early Access On February 21, 2024

by Low Boon ShenFebruary 16, 2024
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Nightingale Set To Begin Early Access On February 21, 2024

Nightingale Set To Begin Early Access On February 21, 2024

Inflexion Games today unveils the latest details on its upcoming survival PvE title, Nightingale, slated for early access in both Steam and Epic Games Store starting 21 February 2024. In this game, players can either play solo or with friends to take on the role of ‘Realmwalker’, in the lost world of Fae realms.

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This map offers various environments from the deep Faewild forests, swamps, and deserts accessible once portals are unlocked over the storyline. In this world, full of threats, players are expected to possess survival and crafting skills to keep humanity going. Speaking of crafting, players can harvest trees, ore, plants, and precious resources using the tools crafted, and weapons can be built to fight adversaries along the way.

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The crafting doesn’t stop here – players can build themselves an estate “from a variety of styles and tilesets”, think Starfield but with a mix of magical and fantasy elements to it. Players share the same online space via co-op PvE sessions, where they can work together to build estates, fight human-like enemies such as the Bound, and progress through the story in the Fae realms.

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Starting on 21 February 2024, Nightingale will be available for Early Access on PC platforms via Steam and Epic Games Store. As with the nature of Early Access titles – some elements of the game may be incomplete, bugs may be present – but you will be able to get an early taste of what’s to come.

Pokdepinion: The graphics definitely has something going for it. 

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