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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

‘RoboCop: Rogue City’ Adds New Game+ Mode, New Difficulty Setting [Trailer]

If you were hoping for some postlaunch content for RoboCop: Rogue City, you’ve got your wish. Developer Teyon has announced a new update that adds a New Game+ mode for Rogue City, alongside a new difficulty setting.

As you might expect, the New Game+ mode allows you to replay a completed run of Rogue City with all of your previously unlocked skills and Auto-9 upgrades, for the full “invincible robotic law enforcement officer” experience. Not only that, but you also get a Golden Auto-9 skin for your new run, and more chips and boards for upgrading the Auto-9.

To unlock the mode, just finish the game after the update is applied. You can do this by reloading a save made just before completing the game. Once done, a new save file will be created, and loading it will grant you access to the new mode.

To go along with the new mode, Rogue City also has a new difficulty setting, appropriately names “There Will be Trouble”. It’s not clear specifically what the new difficulty mode entails, though the announcement does state that enemies will be deadlier.

RoboCop: Rogue City (which we obviously loved) is available now for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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