Sundered Reveals the Horror of Legion & Salvation

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Sundered | Legion & Salvation Fight

It’s easy to be a fan of Thunder Lotus Games and their latest project, Sundered. It did massively well as a crowdfunded project, reaching some 800% past their funding goal, and for good reason. Thunder Lotus has proven they are a talented, passionate team with fantastic artists and storytelling. Every little tidbit they have unveiled has been a terrifying revelation, and the newest, focusing on their latest boss, Legion & Salvation, is no exception.

Sundered | Legion & Salvation Fight

This 3rd boss in Sundered was shown off earlier by Sony, along with a great reveal video we’ll post at the bottom of this article. For those of you attending PAX East, you can experience the horror yourself with Sundered’s new demo. To see more details about Legion & Salvation, check out the blog post here, and let us know in the comments how excited you are to play the finished game. Sundered is shaping up to be a fantastic new game, and I can’t wait to see what my hard earned backer money has helped create!

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