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Latest Volume trailer reveals new enemies

The latest Volume trailer has shown off some new enemies for the game.
Mike Bithell has just released a brand new trailer for Volume, revealing some new enemies.
The new trailer for the forthcoming Mike Bithell game has showcased some of the enemy types you’ll come up against in the stealth action title.
As you can see in the trailer below, the new enemies include the Knight, Rogue, Hound and Archer.
You’ll also get another look at the Pawn and Turret in the new trailer.
The Hounds look particularly annoying, but we guess that all of the enemies will have their particular irritant and quirks to overcome in Volume.
Related: Mike Bithell talks about Volume and his entry into the Robin Hood legacy
Mike Bithell announced back in October 2014 that Volume’s main antagonist will be voiced by Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis aka Gollum.
Serkis will play Guy Gisbourne, who is the villaneous CEO of England in Volume.
You can hear his voice at the end of the new trailer in all it’s glory.
The voice you can hear at the beginning is Danny Wallace, who plays Alan, the AI in the game.
Wallace previously voiced the narrator in Bithell’s breakout hit, Thomas Was Alone.
Volume is a futuristic retelling of the classic Robin Hood story. Robin, or as he is known in Volume – Rob Locksley – is played by YouTuber Charlie McDonnell.
The plan is to release Volume sometime this year for PS4, PS Vita, PC and Mac.

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