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Redfall screenshots leak online

Redfall
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Images allegedly taken from Arkane Austin's all-new co-op shooter, Redfall, have leaked online.

While the original images posted to Imgur (opens in new tab) were swiftly deleted, few – if anything – gets past the internet these days, and the handful of less-than-stellar quality shots are already popping up elsewhere on social media. 

Here, have a peek:

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Though the images don't give away much, we get to see some of the in-game environments – reportedly these shots were taken via a playtest – and some still feature placeholder graphics. Consequently, we shouldn't take these as anything other than a lovely sneaky peek; they're likely not representative of the final quality, and games change significantly during development, so all of the maps, characters, and weapons we see here are subject to change. 

That said, it's certainly intriguing, not least because the screenshots show players from both a first- and third-person perspective, leading some to speculate that the game may give players the option.

ICYMI, Redfall has seemingly been in development for almost half a decade (opens in new tab), with some developers mentioning the game on their LinkedIn profiles as far back as August 2017, when the game was in early incubation. The news likely assured some fans who wondered how an entirely new IP could release as soon as next year, particularly as we've yet to see any gameplay footage.

Redfall is a new co-op vampire-slaying game from the developers of Deathloop, Dishonored, and Prey, and it's headed to Xbox Series X (opens in new tab), Xbox Series S (opens in new tab), and PC in summer/Q3 2022. And yes, as one of Microsoft's family of studios by way of the recent Bethesda acquisition, Redfall is indeed a day one addition to Xbox Game Pass as soon as it launches. 

For more, here's everything we know so far about Redfall (opens in new tab), a new IP that sends players to the town of Redfall, which has been overrun by bloodsucking vampires. Players will gather together in squads of up to four - or solo - to take down the deadly vampires by any means necessary.

Here are our picks of the best Xbox Game Pass games (opens in new tab).

Vikki Blake
Weekend Reporter, GamesRadar+

Vikki Blake is GamesRadar+'s Weekend Reporter. Vikki works tirelessly to ensure that you have something to read on the days of the week beginning with 'S', and can also be found contributing to outlets including the BBC, Eurogamer, and GameIndustry.biz. Vikki also runs a weekly games column at NME, and can be frequently found talking about Destiny 2 and Silent Hill on Twitter.