Chorus dated for December launch on Xbox, PlayStation and PC

Chorus dated for December launch on Xbox, PlayStation and PC
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Upcoming space shooter Chorus has been given a release date of December by publisher Deep Silver and developer Fishlabs.

As previously revealed, you’re Nara: a fugitive attempting to take down the cult she abandoned after they destroyed Nomika Prime. Luckily, thanks to a mysterious set of interdimensional beings called the Faceless, Nara has access to reality bending powers. Oh, and her ship —named Forsaken– also happens to be sentient. Handy, that.

As Nara you’ll be fighting amongst the stars in zero-g combat, but also exploring ancient temples. Challenging players with tricky trans-dimensional trials, these temples must be completed for Nara to earn her powers back. Your story will also see you helping out resistance forces against the evil cult, giving you more allies in the battles ahead.

You’ll be able to upgrade, customise and change up your arsenal between battles at space stations. It’s these, plus your powers and Forsaken’s own abilities you’ll have to synergise with to ensure success and maybe help Nara earn her redemption.

You can check out the newest trailer for Chorus giving us a lowdown of the shooter below. The game lands on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC on December 3.