The self-proclaimed master of stealth returns in the final Styx: Shards of Darkness launch trailer with more comedic quips than kills.
It's worth noting the despite Focus Home Interactive issuing a launch trailer in a timely manner just 4 days from its Monday release, the trailer itself serves as more of an introduction to the game's story rather than its gameplay.
Siding with a rare enemy in the humans, Styx - a goblin in a world that loathes his kin - is hired by a captain to steal the sceptre of an ambassador. A staff many others wield and use Amber to power its magical properties.
Spending more time cracking jokes and poking fun at the Assassin's Creed series, it's understandable that some would find Styx to be a little more mouthy than they'd like in a character designed to around the idea of silent killing.
Featuring drop-in/drop-out co-op play across all of its campaign missions, Styx: Shards of Darkness offers more and/or less opportunities with or without friends.