Watch Chorus’ Stylish Space Wars in our Exclusive Gameplay Video

IGN is delighted to have an exclusive reveal of the brand new gameplay from Chorus, the space fighting game from Fishlabs. This eight-minute segment of the game showcases Chorus’ fast-paced battles and smooth flight, as well as a bit of ship customization.

This segment shows protagonist Nara and her sentient spaceship, Forsaken, arriving at the Maka Haven space station, where it is under attack from the cultists. The station and its docked ships must be freed from the siege by destroying three telepathic totems. This mission provides an introduction to Chorus’ war, constantly bombarding the screen with beautiful particle effects and smooth ship operations. Maka Haven also featured some interesting level designs, as flying in the terminal creates a more challenging and intimate environment than the infinite expanse of space.

With Maka Haven freed, we also get to see a little customization of Chorus’ ship, as the Forsaken docks and is taken down to the station’s hangar. In the menu we can see that Forsaken’s structures, weapons, powers, and more can be transformed and rearranged, with new items purchased from the hangar.

Screen – Chorus [Xbox Series X Showcase 2020]

This isn’t a story-focused video game, but towards the end Forsaken deals with traveling to a wormhole into the past where it was built.

For more information from Chorus, see Nara intro trailer and The Circle, the galaxy-spanning cult must be opposed. Chorus will release this December for Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S.

Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer. Watch Chorus’ Stylish Space Wars in our Exclusive Gameplay Video


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