34BigThings announces space-based prequel to future racers Redout It will be available on Switch (and PCs and other consoles) in January. Redout: Space Assault It was first rumored about Switch when it became available on Apple Arcade in October 2019 and was abolished by the Taiwanese evaluation committee in July, but now it’s a definite release date, January 22, 2021. is.
Introduced on Switch in May 2019, this first part of a racing game released by Nicalis is a single-player SF shooter that combines the speed and skill of racing with the guns and gameplay of a space dog fighter. It includes the ability to customize your vehicle, and also features something that space-based shooters (or other games in that regard) have recently had to: just a few of the roguelike elements.
The story clearly delves into the reasons behind the race from the first game. Those who haven’t tried the joy of space combat through the Apple Arcade can find out what’s in the announcement trailer above.
Here are some of the features highlighted in the official PR blurb and high-resolution screenshots for you to enjoy.
Career mode: Learn all the skills you need to survive and win in the Redout Universe.
A prosperous world: Experience exotic locations and epic battles across all frontiers.
Deep gameplay: Show tactical advantage by testing quick thinking, dexterity, and adaptability.
Bigger and worse weapons: You are free to use a wide variety of weapons, from plasma cannons and shock rays to railguns, air-to-air missiles, and road-up gatling.
Customize your ride: Upgrade your spaceship to blow up dozens of enemies or board a destroyer alone! Drop and exchange cards to improve certain aspects of the ship and suit your style.
Music for your ears: A completely dynamic soundtrack that drops unprecedented beats when the action gets hot!
The price hasn’t been announced yet, but I love the amazing slices of space combat around these parts, so watch this carefully.
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