Wu-Tang Clan's upcoming Shaolin video game from Brass Lion Entertainment will reportedly be "a third-person melee-oriented RPG complete with four-player co-op" for Xbox, according to new leaks reported from Insider Gaming. All nine members of the group will serve as playable characters. Additionally, Just Blaze will be helping with the soundtrack.
"Players can choose from four different weapons that all have different and unique play styles (single swords, dual swords, etc.)," the report reads. "Gathered loot and items all fit into the game's central social hub, named the 'Neighborhood.' Here, players will be able to sell their loot, listen to music, and show off their unique fashion choices with one another."
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The new report on Wu-Tang Clan's video game comes amid a big year for the group's legacy. New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently declared November 9 in their honor, while they also celebrated the 30th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The Library of Congress deemed that classic album "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" enough for preservation in the National Recording Registry, last year. Speaking about the honor at the time, RZA remarked: "I won't say I was surprised, I was thankful. Look - this part will sound egocentric - but during the creation, I knew we were making something special. And that there would be an audience for it. For me, it [the album] didn't exist and it needed to exist."
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