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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood Cahal Gamescom 2020 Trailer

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood

Nacon released a new cinematic trailer for Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood during Gamescom 2020.

As previously reported, this stealth-action game is based on the World of Darkness RPG universe. You play as Cahal, a Garou that has exiled himself after losing control of his destructive powers. Now, Cahal wages a war against Endron, a massive oil company that is defiling Gaia.

The latest trailer focuses on Cahal; giving us a small glimpse into his life, how his friends and family suffered at the hands of Endron, and the rage he struggles to keep under wraps.

You can find the Cahal trailer below.

You can find a rundown of the game (via the Epic Games Store) below:


Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood

A unique experience full of savage combat and mystical adventures, inspired by the famous role-playing game.

You are Cahal, a powerful Garou who chose to go into exile after losing control of his destructive rage. You can transform into a wolf and a Crinos, a huge ferocious beast. You must master the three forms and powers of human, wolf and Crinos to punish those who defile Gaia, Mother Earth. But your worst enemy is yourself: if you don’t contain your rage, it can destroy you once again…

Each form has its advantages: the wolf can sneak around undetected, Cahal as a human can interact with other people, and the Werewolf can unleash its rage to tear enemies apart. This rage is your greatest asset but also your weakness…

On his quest for redemption and blood, Cahal plays a crucial role in the great war between the Garou and Endron, a powerful oil company that serves the Wyrm, a destructive spirit ravaging the planet.


Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood launches February 4th, 2021 for Windows PC (via the Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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