The big gaming event, Gamescom, offers lots of gaming updates and big announcements from several game studios. These include ArtCraft, which has revealed a new trailer for its upcoming MMORPG “Crowfall.” The teaser video has just shown off to the gaming world what the upcoming game will look like.

According to DualShockers, the upcoming MMORPG "Crowfall" is still in development. However, the newly released trailer offers new details about the game. "Crowfall" has been described as more like a “throne war “simulator, the DualShockers reported.

About Crowfall

Developed by ArtCraft, “Crowfall” is an upcoming MMORPG which has been started through Kickstarter campaign. The game’s Kickstarter campaign has ended on March 26, 2015, with a total funding raised of $1,766,205. To date, the total funding raised has already reached $7, 210,680, including the amount of $2,726,322 that has been collected from both the Kickstarter campaign and donations taken from the company’s official website.

As for the MMORPG’s gameplay, “Crowfall” will feature and play similarly with most MMORPG. It offers a third person view with the player allowed to go anywhere. The only difference is in the game’s world system or campaigns, which will reportedly feature five world systems.

These will be “Eternal Kingdoms," "The Infected," "God’s Reach," "Dreg," and "The Shadow." Each system will have the different set of rules. The developer said campaigns in the new game can last for 1to 6 months or even a year. The "Eternal Kingdoms" is the only world system that won't perish, according to ArtCraft.

Developer ArtCraft will be also the publisher of “Crowfall.” No words of a release date yet, the game is still in development.

The game was first revealed to the gaming world in January 2015. Details about the game can be found on the game’s Kickstarter page, including gameplay videos and many aspects of the game.

Other gaming-related news and special announcements

Gamescom has finally arrived, along with some big gaming announcements. These include THQ Nordic’s brand new IP called "BioMutant." The Swedish developer has just unveiled to the gaming world its newest open world adventure game, which was shown off via an announcement trailer.

There’s also Square Enix, the Japanese gaming giant, and creator of the widely popular "Final Fantasy" series. The game publisher has just announced a new pocket version of the “Final Fantasy XV,” which will feature cutesy chibi style graphics. Additionally, the game studio also revealed a bizarre collaboration with the "Assassin’s Creed" franchise, according to Twinfinite.

There’s also a surprise reveal trailer that showed an “Assassin’s Creed”-themed festival, which will be made available for download for “Final Fantasy XV” this coming August 31. This free DLC will be available on both PS4 and Xbox One consoles, Twinfinite reported.