Gameloft teases its first Unreal Engine game 'Wild Blood'

Gameloft teases its first Unreal Engine game, "Wild Blood."

Gameloft released a teaser trailer this morning for iOS and Android title Wild Blood, its first game rendered on the Unreal Engine.

The trailer features brief glimpses at a dark fantasy setting, stone statues overrun with brush and strange creatures scuttling up the sides of building. We get a good look at the back of a man with a huge, glittery sword and are warned, "Be prepared to relive history."

"A hint about the story is hidden in the video, will you find it ?" reads the post below the video on YouTube. Gameloft teases the next hint will be unlockable via the game's Facebook page.

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