New Blood Interactive announced Fallen Aces as part of the online event Realms Deep. The shooter will be designed in the style of Noir, and the visual is inspired by comics of the 1990s.

The game will tell you about A. C. E. S.-guardians of the city of Switchblade (Switchblade City), which are eliminated one by one. In the role of one of the surviving agents, users will have to deal with a series of crimes, using their own fists and environment. In Fallen Aces, there will be three large episodes divided into non-linear levels.

The developers promise that players will get a wide range of options for passing: from open confrontations to stealth. All textures and sprites in the title are made manually, including cut scenes. In addition, the developers highlight dialogues that correspond to a given era, and a soundtrack recorded by the orchestra on authentic instruments.

The release date of Fallen Aces is currently not specified, but the game already has a page on Steam. Previously, Realms Deep featured a spin-off series called Postal, an immersive shooter called Graven, and a game from the author of Brutal Doom-Brutal Fate.

Siege weapons, beheadings and homosexuality-Assassin’s Creed Valhalla received an ESRB age rating

ESRB rated Assassin’s Creed Valhalla with an “M” rating (17+). The site also has a description of the title, revealing details of individual elements of the game.

In addition to melee (swords and axes) and ranged (bows) combat, players can also use siege weapons to kill groups of opponents. The battles themselves are accompanied by naturalistic violence, and some weapons allow you to decapitate enemies. In addition, there are separate animations in the game, close-up showing breaking bones, muscles and organs when they are punched with a hidden blade.

In addition to violence, the game has scenes of a sexual nature: for example, one of the missions takes place in a brothel, and in another scene, “a male character agrees to lie down with a man (shown kissing, after which the screen is darkened).” The game also contains narcotic substances (psilocybin mushrooms and their spores) and alcohol. The latter is associated with a mini-game in which you need to overdo your opponent. The effects of substances on the body are displayed as image distortions.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is scheduled for release on November 17. The new part of the franchise will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.