Monday, June 17, 2024

Classic modern shooter: Apogee is back with Turbo Overkill

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Full retro load, right in the face. Source: Apogee Entertainment, Trigger Happy Interactive

With exaggerated turbo A modern shooter with a retro look was released today in Early Access on Steam. Modern graphics cleverly mix with classic design and revive the golden age of first person shooter games. Responsible highlights in addition to developers Interactive Happy Trigger also the cult publisher heyday entertainmentwhich is behind such hits as Max Payne, Rise of the Triad, Duke Nukem 3D, Wolfenstein 3D and Prey.

In addition to the Steam version, Turbo Overkill will also be released later this year for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One alongside version 1.0.

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About Turbo Overkill

Turbo Overkill enters Early Access with eight densely layered stages, secret arenas, multiple difficulty levels, tons of character upgrades, and unlockable content. Five to eight hours of gameplay should keep even the most die-hard shooter veterans happy. More levels, skills, weapons, challenges, and quality of life features will be added in the coming months.

Johnny Turbo returns home to the cyberpunk hell of Paradise to discover that a rogue AI named Syn has taken control of thousands of augmented bodies. In order to take the city back from him, Johnny must augment his own body. Players must take on an entire city.

Inspired by genre giants like Quake II, Titanfall, and BioShock, Turbo Overkill combines fast-paced, pixel-perfect weapons with the freedom to explore different playstyles. The player is provided with quick stunts such as wall running, swinging with hooks, and cruising in a car. Devastating melee salvos with the rocket launcher are fun, as are chainsaw leg mods that increase mobility or restore health on kill.

sam prebbleInteractive Happy Trigger:

“The classic shooters I grew up with are still sharp, focused design masterclasses today. Turbo Overkill kneels at the altar of the greats, but I admire how modern games give us more ways to express ourselves. I can’t wait to see the players and their incredible creativity blow up my levels.”

Turbo Overkill is now available via Steam Early Access for a discount of €15.11 (normally €16.79).

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