NEOWIZ has recently announced that Lies of P demo has now been downloaded a lot of times in just a few days.
Lies of P Surpasses Big Milestone
After it was announced during the Summer Game Fest showcases, the Lies of Ppublic demo gained a lot of downloads in just three days. According to NEOWIZ, the downloads have now surpassed 1 million in just three days across PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/s, and PC via Steam. This demo gives players early access to the first two chapters of Lies of P which includes challenging boss encounters, introductions to key characters, and unique areas of explore.
Lies of P Well-Received by Many
Fan response to the demo has been quite positive, which earned user review scores of 4.3/5 on Xbox and was one of the top 100 most-played games on Steam worldwide. It was also one of the top three trending topics on Twitter worldwide during Summer Game Fest. It reached 170,000 peak viewers on Twitch and is currently one of the top 10 pre-ordered PlayStation titles.
Lies of P Fans Project Director Jiwon Choi said, “The Lies of P team has been working hard to deliver a demo experience that meets your expectations and it’s been gratifying seeing the positive response! We’re looking forward to continued feedback as you play through the demo again, so please keep them coming, and we’ll release the very best Lies of P experience possible on September 19th.”
About the game:
Inspired by the familiar story of Pinocchio, Lies of P is an action Souls-like game set in the dark, Belle Époque-inspired city of Krat. Once a beautiful city, Krat has become a living nightmare as deadly puppets run amok and a plague sweeps the land. Play as P, a puppet who must fight his way through the city on his unrelenting journey to find Geppetto and finally become human. Lies of P presents an elegant world filled with tension, deep combat and character customization systems, and a gripping story with interesting narrative choices where the more lies told, the more human P becomes. Just remember: in a world filled with lies, no one can be trusted…