The Wukong release window is teased in a Chinese New Year short film

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Rabbits! Rabbits! Rabbits!

Game Science has released a video to ring in the Chinese New Year, and it includes a big reveal about the Black Myth: Wukong release window.

The video, which was streamed on January 16th via Black Myth’s official YouTube channel, is quite an impressive stop-motion creation made to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. It pokes fun at the game’s lengthy development and the high system requirements it poses for those who want to play the game on PC.

The short film itself takes place on a straightforward narrative path. A rabbit wants to play his new copy of Black Myth: Wukong, but his PC isn’t powerful enough to run it, forcing them to build a new PC so they can experience the game. After building a computer several times their size, they manage to make the title work; just to say that the game won’t be available for download for a few more years.

Time then jumps to the future where two young rabbits are playing Black Myth: Wukong. The original rabbit then rolls in via a wheelchair and stares in disbelief that the game is actually playable. It is then revealed that the year 2024 is in the short version, and the camera zooms in to reveal that the game is now set to release sometime in the summer of 2024.

It’s a fun way to reveal the game’s release window, and the stop-motion animation is remarkably well done. Fans of the game should definitely check it out in its entirety below.

Black Myth: Wukong is currently slated for release in Summer 2024 on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. For more information on the game, see the related articles below.

https://twinfinite.net/2023/01/black-myth-wukong-release-window-gets-teased-in-chinese-new-year-short/ The Wukong release window is teased in a Chinese New Year short film

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