Door Kickers 2, a sequel to the acclaimed SWAT-themed real-time tactics of developer KillHouseGames, surprised Steam’s Early Access.
DoorKickers 2 with the subtitle Task Force North was announced in 2016 and released in the same year. However, the game quickly went out of the spotlight and reappeared in February of this year, revealing a number of changes towards the sequel, including a transition from 2D to 3D and a focus switch. I did. The Middle East team, not the original SWAT team.
“We adhere to the violent and dynamic nature of combat in the region,” says Killhouse on Steam. “DoorKickers 2 will hand over new toys such as lights while modeling deadly threats and technologies such as booby traps, suicide bombers, RPGs, and hidden rebels. Suppression shooting, drone reconnaissance, dark-sighted goggles, walls. A machine gun for alleged destruction. “
Keeping the original Door Kickers top-down perspective, the sequel’s core tactical close quarters action is familiar to fans of the first game, and Killhouse promises non-linear levels, multiple passes, and breaks. Masu-(almost)-freedom of any wall. Weapon customization, mission editors, solo and online collaboration for 2-4 players are also available.
According to Killhouse, early early access builds included 20 single-player missions (15 of which support co-op), 28 weapons and equipment, 8 enemies and NPC types, and 4 trooper classes. Includes one playable unit with.
In contrast, the final release will have 100 single-player missions (mostly supporting co-op), 20 missions specifically designed for co-op, new locations, and 3-4 plays with about 8 trooper classes. It will feature possible units and over 60 weapons. Available equipment, 12-16 enemies and NPCs, as well as night missions, infiltration, disguise, and masking.
Killhouse expects Door Kickers 2 to stay in Steam Early Access for 12 to 16 months, and when the release of version 1.0 finally arrives, the game’s current £ 16.99 / $ 19.99 USD price tag will be around 20 It says it will rise by%.