Godfall has no release date just yet, but given it's been pegged as a "late 2020" title, chances are it'll be out when the PS5 launches this holiday. The trailer was evidently for internal use so it's unlikely you'll see it again, even when Counterplay Games begins sharing more about Godfall as the year goes on.
A minute-long trailer for the Game Awards 2019-announced third-person fantasy looter shooter Godfall that was allegedly used internally by developer Counterplay Games in early 2019 has leaked online via Reddit. The statement does, however, line up with parts of the leak, which indicated the gameplay's earlier origin. In other words, this was never meant to be released, and likely doesn't fully represent the final product in terms of visuals or gameplay. It seems there's some slow and heavy combat reminiscent of Dark Souls, but unlike a Soulsborne game, the world itself looks to be bright and colourful.
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It shows us some of the hack-and-slash game's melee combat and armoured enemies, as well as its handsome visuals. It shows a couple of new areas that players will get to explore and on top of this, there are new enemies and attack moves showcased aswell.
What do you think of Godfall based on what little we've seen of it?