Chinese developer Game Science has revealed more gameplay of 'Black Myth: Wukong', a next-gen RPG initially announced way back in 2020. We must admit, we hadn't really caught wind of this one until now, but given that last year's Unreal Engine 5 footage garnered over 8 million views, there's seemingly plenty of interest in it.

To sum things up, Black Myth: Wukong is a next-gen RPG set in 16th century China, with a distinct focus on traditional Chinese folklore. Production values are looking through the roof here, especially when you factor in the game's cutscene work. In fact, Game Science has just shown off a new six-minute cutscene from the upcoming title as well.

The team has already announced that the game is planned for Xbox Series X|S and PS5, along with PC of course. For now, the studio is aiming for a 2023 release, although we've got no concrete date beyond that. It's safe to say that this one has shot up our anticipated list for next year then, especially as it's a next-gen-only UE5 title.

What do you think to this upcoming RPG? Interested in trying it on Xbox next year? Let us know!