Remnant: From the Ashes ‘Dark Souls-inspired game’ Review

  • Developer : Gunfire Games
  • Release Date : August 20 / 2019
  • Genre : Shooter
  • Platforms : Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC

An evil called The Root from another dimension has plunged the world into chaos. Humanity struggles for survival, but they have the technology to open doors to other realms and alternate realities. They need to move through these gates to uncover the mystery of where the evil came from, scavenge resources to remain alive, and fight back to build a footprint for humanity to rebuild… .

. What’s talking about

Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. Explore dynamically generated worlds packed with more than 100 kinds of deadly enemies and 20 epic bosses to fight each time you play. As one of the last remnants, you are the hero that one of the final settlements of mankind, Ward 13, was searching for, you’ll leave alone or alongside two other players to face this world surrounded by beasts and hordes of deadly enemies and epic bosses, but also to search for the former leader in the hope that the information left to him may help to reveal the core of The Root’s strength and offer you the opportunity to fight against the insurmountable enemy.


Remnant: From The Ashes Stays a week after its release at the top of the Steam charts. Many Steam users have the same feeling, lauding the game for its challenge and overall -Dark Souls y ness-, as well as its turns on that system, like a profound deck of places and bosses re-shuffling each moment you begin a new playthrough.

❝ Straight_Miz <Steam user> found himself pleasantly excited by Remnant when he played it, saying it’s becoming one of the best games he’d played in years.


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Remnant: From the Ashes | Trailer

. Visually,

Detailed, creative designs of the foe, weapons and armor, visual design and facial animations look so great. the surroundings of Remnant are grotesquely amazing. Each area has its own beauty while leaning towards a dark, twisted world view. In the second part of the campaign, the swamp zone is familiar at first, appearing like real swamps on Earth straight up until you see the slimy, hostile beasts swimming in the water to sneak up on you, or the pretty moth-like females screaming and dancing in big flourishes while battling remind you that it’s not of this world.

. Progression and upgrade,

The transition from boss to boss is quite basic, you are entering a different zone, exploring until you discover a portal to the next region or a checkpoint, fighting the boss and repeating. Zones are small enough not to get lost but big enough that you do not feel like a linear series of hallways. Each of these areas is one of many predefined varieties that are rearranged every time the world is charged for the first time, which prevents things from becoming predictable even after you finish the first part of many hours playthrough. Defeat monsters and epic bosses in antagonistic environments to gain experience, precious looting and upgrading equipment that you can use to construct a vicious arsenal of guns, armor, and modifications to face each conflict dozens of different ways. Bosses occur in random order during dungeons, and when you defeat them each one provides you a special feature.

. Combat,

Whether it’s each of the different kinds of guns or personal melee weapons, everything has a satisfactory weight behind it. Swing a hard hammer down to crush foes before changing to a shotgun and blasting off heads, then dodge-rolling out of the manner of a brute loading is the type of intensity you can assume in a regular enemy conflict. There is no block button, so dodge-rolling and stamina management is required. You can dodge and attack through foes if you time it rightly.

There are no classes in Remnant, but at the beginning you choose one of three distinct archetypes that describe your starting weapons, armor, and weapon mod. Now and then, as you play, you’ll discover new weapons and gear distributed all over the world, mostly as hidden secrets, but most of your new loot is crafted from the dropping boss monsters. You can upgrade the stuff that you already have at a far faster rate than the new stuff (you don’t have to switch to your melee weapon to use it but instead you just hit the attack button when you’re not aiming down sights and then you instantly start swinging your weapon this makes the combat flow really well).


Remnant: From the Ashes | Gameplay



  • OS : Windows 7 / 8 / 10 64 bit
  • Processor : Intel Core i3-7350K (4.20 GHz) or better
  • Memory : 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics : AMD Radeon RX 470
  • DirectX : Version 11


  • OS : Windows 7 / 8 / 10 64 bit
  • Processor : Intel Core i5-4590 (3.70 GHz) or better
  • Memory : 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics : Nvidia GeForce GTX 970
  • DirectX : Version 11

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