Developers of Hood: Outlaws & Legends presented story trailers of new characters

Hood: Outlaws & Legends Four Playable Heroes Reveal

Developers of multiplayer PvPvE-action game Hood: Outlaws & Legends presented story trailers of four playable characters, which will be available from the launch of the game. Each of them belongs to a specific class and has unique features. There's no information about the gameplay for these characters, but developers already revealed their stories. Hood: Outlaws and Legends will be released in 2021 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. More information about the game will be presented during The Game Awards 2020; you may also like to check out the official website of the game for some interesting information.

Robin, the Ranger — A former criminal leader respected by all who joined his group, and the citizens trusted him to get rid of the oppression of the government. For them, Hood had been the lord of the green forest for generations, helping those in need because he was considered not just a man but a legend.

Marianne, the Hunter — She was the heir to a large estate on the west coast of Scotland. When she was working in the woods collecting wood for a new engineering project, the soldiers returned to Cardross. They left the workers alive, but Marianne's beloved father was ruthlessly killed. After that, she swore to continue to strike the government whenever she has the opportunity, taking back her lands which rightfully belong to her.

John, the Brawler — John has always loved working with his father at the forge. Even as a child, he helped in every way to enjoy the sound of the hammer hitting the anvil. Now, the former blacksmith hopes he can change his fate and strike the despised government again.

Tooke, the Mystic — Tooke loved nothing but the government and its rules, which were built on uniformity and obedience. One morning a prisoner was brought in for interrogation, and Tooke was shocked to see his old mentor, brother Johann, in shackles, with bruises on his face and a bloody face. The old man could not stand the punishment and quickly confessed to the false accusations made against him. Tooke could no longer be part of the system, so he decided to break through the city gates to a place in the green forest — a place where he had never been.