The Crown of Wu, a third-person action-adventure game inspired by Journey to the West has been announced. This title is based on the classic Chinese novel about the Monkey King, Sun Wukong. Developed by Red Mountain, The Crown of Wu will be launching for PC via Steam and console digital stores this winter.

Explore a future-past fantasy world as Sun Wukong, fighting alone against enemies and overcoming complex obstacles to retrieve the great Crown stolen by the antagonist Zhu. With Zhu stopping at nothing to see you destroyed, will you be able to retrieve the Crown and save your world from destruction?

This is the legendary Sun Wukong

The Crown of Wu narrates the adventures of Wu, a half-monkey, half-human, who after once being the emperor’s herald, began to behave in a chaotic manner. This may be due to the use of a crown that gave him extraordinary powers.

Eventually, his crimes and atrocities led him to be captured and condemned to harsh punishment. Being frozen in a bio-static solution. After dozens of years spent almost conscious yet immobile, Wu manages to free himself from his prison. From there he discovers a decadent world in ruins. Moreover, his crown has been stolen. Worse yet it is being used to provoke a vibration that will eventually lead to a gigantic explosion. Now Wu must recover his stolen crown and help those he once punished.

The Crown of Wu will launch digitally for PC and consoles this winter. You can now add the game to your wishlist at PlayStation Store and Steam.

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