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Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Bloody Pixelated Throwback Shooter ‘Warhammer 40K: Boltgun’ Arrives May 23 [Trailer]

Announced last June, Auroch Digital’s throwback Games Workshop shooter Warhammer 40k: Boltgun will be coming home next month on May 23. Coming to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam, the game is open for pre-order now on all platforms (except the Switch). Doing so will take advantage of a limited-time discount.

In this unforgiving pixel bloodbath, players take on the role of a battle-hardened Space Marine on a perilous mission across the galaxy, battling the likes of the Chaos Space Marines and daemons of Chaos. Combining iconic 90s FPS stylings with modern shooter gameplay, Warhammer 40k: Boltgun will have you unleashing the Space Marine arsenal as you blast through an explosion of sprites, pixels and blood in the ultimate homage to retro shooters.

As a bonus, lead designer at Auroch Digital Grant Stewart dropped by PlayStation Blog to reveal some of the technical details behind Warhammer 40k: Boltgun. That includes the dynamic AI system that will look to place waves of enemies where appropriate to keep the challenge high, as well as going into the modern method of creating the game’s pixel-based enemies that hearkens back to the days of id Software photographing maquettes of demons for Doom and digitizing them.

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source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3757967/bloody-pixelated-throwback-shooter-warhammer-40k-boltgun-arrives-may-23-trailer/

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