Swordman: Xie Yun Liu Zhuan is another of those adventures that stand out from China.
The video game industry grows by leaps and bounds in China, like the entire technology sector in the country. And only in recent years have we seen everything from games that break records on Steam as soon as they come out in early access, to adventures in development like a Black Myth: Wukong that generates a lot of expectations. And now it’s time to talk about another title that has not yet been published, but that looks very promising. It is about “Swordman 3: Xie Yun Liu Chuan”, or “Swordman 3: The Legend of Xie Yun Liu”, translated with the help of DeepL.
Chinese is not our strong point, we admit it, but video games are. And what it shows here developer Seasun It’s something that looks really good, as long as I’m honest: we have great action sequences and jumps over chasms, towering mountains and rugged roads, snowy glades and bamboo forests populated by enemies waiting to duel…
In fact, it highlights the way the game allows use the environments to move and fight, especially the trees, with a worthy use of the classic ‘Tiger and Dragon’ (‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). And yes, you can jump against a bamboo pole and push yourself, or fly over enemies while blasting your swords in all directions, as if it were an action and martial arts movie.
Is yet to be seen how much of this gameplay is real and how much is a show to generate expectations. Still, there is little doubt that the video will win over many fans as they wait to learn more about the title. Swordman: Xie Yun Liu Chuan is in development for PC and consolessays Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad, though his departure date is unknown. If you’ve been wanting more action, we invite you to review the latest Black Myth: Wukong gameplay.
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