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Cult of the Lamb fearsome four Bishop bosses revealed

Fight like a lamb!

Earlier today, publisher Devolver Digital released a new video showcasing the combat and boss battles you can anticipate in Cult of the Lamb.

As you fight to grow your cult across the game, four Bishops of the old faith will attempt to thwart your crusade. To defeat the Bishops of old, you’ll also need to take advantage of various weapons and abilities that change the way you fight. You can also get a first glimpse for yourself in the video below.

Cult of the Lamb Fight the Four

As you venture across the evolving Lands of the Old Faith, you’ll need to use a variety of melee weapons to slice through your foes. In addition, you can absorb curses to wield the dark magical powers of the crown. You can also unlock new abilities by finding Tarot cards across the world.

Alongside combat, you’ll also have a variety of paths to take as you explore. As you choose which direction to head next, you’ll also encounter resources and followers to help grow your community. Although some people will join you willingly, others will need to be converted through force.

In Cult of the Lamb, you’ll also need to face the four Bishops of the old faith. The first Bishop is Leshy, the youngest of the four, who resides in the tangled Darkwood. The second Bishop is Heket, the harbinger of famine. Next comes Kalamar, Lord of Anchordeep, who is born of plague. The final Bishop, Shamura of the Silk Cradle, is the oldest and most powerful.

Cult of the Lamb is developed by Massive Monster and published by Devolver Digital. You can begin your quest to spread the Word and lead the one true cult on August 11 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. You can also learn more about the game and pre-order it on any available platform on its official website.

Will you take this possessed lamb on its righteous crusade? As always, let us know down in the comments!

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Sam Fronsman

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