A new gameplay trailer has been unveiled for the upcoming Forspoken DLC In Tanta We Trust, which launches on PlayStation and PC later this month. The trailer shows off some of the new environments Frey will be exploring alongside Tanta Cinta, as well as some of the new magic spells she'll have access to.
In the gameplay trailer, we first see a cinematic of Tanta Cinta battling a group of enemies together, after which we get to see some gameplay of Frey and Tanta Cinta fighting alongside one another. Frey uses spells to stun her enemies while Tanta Cinta moves in to finish them off, and the combat looks suitably epic. You can check out the trailer for the In Tanta We Trust DLC right here.
As the trailer progresses, we get to see some of Frey's new magic in action, like a black hole that sucks enemies towards it and a traversal spell that latches Frey onto pod-style protruberances in the world, grappling hook-style. We also get to see Tanta Cinta lifting Frey onto a ledge in a way that's markedly reminiscent of Elika, the companion in 2008's Prince of Persia.
The trailer closes with Frey and Tanta Cinta facing off against a boss monster that bears more than a passing resemblance to the classic recurring enemy Behemoth in Final Fantasy. At the close of the trailer, we're introduced to the mysterious Gloaming, which a voiceover tells us "destroys Athia". Naturally, it's going to be up to you to stop it from doing that.
In Tanta We Trust is the first major piece of Forspoken DLC. It's launching for the game across PS5 and PC (via Steam, Epic, and the Microsoft Store) on May 26th. If you bought the Deluxe Edition of Forspoken, however, you won't need to buy the DLC again, and you'll even get early access to it on May 23rd.
While you wait, you can grab the base game on PS5 and PC right now. TechRaptor's very own Dan had some nice things to say about Forspoken in his review, calling it "a great game to kick off 2023 with" and describing it as an "excellent choice" if you're looking for an action RPG fix. According to Square Enix, though, sales of the game have been "lackluster", so the jury's out on whether a full-blown sequel will ever be released. Watch this space for more info.