It features a rich storyline of kungfu adventures, where you dive into a conspiracy that threatens to topple the world, cut down kungfu masters who have succumbed to insanity, and find out the mastermind following a series of seemingly independent incidents.
Exhilarating, fast combat
Phantom Blade: Executioners celebrates the thrill of kungfu combat with the sheer pace of it. Just like in a good kungfu movie, you will often find yourself facing multiple opponents who just wouldn’t give a break. Dodge, parry, leap out of harm’s way, create an opening to deliver a torrent of lethal blows. Build up an expansive arsenal of kungfu moves and choreograph them into sequences that perfectly fit your own play style with the Combo Chain system, which is introduced to cut the need for excessive button-smashing or memorizing super long move lists. Explore and find your own niche!
Oriental art in modern glory
The stylish visual art of Phantom Blade: Executioners is based on Chinese traditional painting, augmented with modern sharpness and elements of fantasy. “Kungfupunk” is the name we coined for this approach, not unlike steampunk and cyberpunk. All combat animations are carefully crafted by prestigious studios under the leadership of Michael CTY, who had been the art director of Demon’s Souls and the first two titles in the Dark Souls trilogy before joining us to work on Phantom Blade: Executioners.
Engaging Wuxia storyline
The world is falling apart as kungfu masters, one by one, gain enormous power overnight and somehow turn insane in the process. As you investigate, these seemingly independent cases appear to have a pattern. The clock is ticking. Take down the insane ones before any further damage is done, and stop the spreading of body-engineering technique known as Sha-Chi Mod!
Experience an authentic Chinese Wuxia story full of suspense told in episodes and branching side quests.