The first game from Flying Wild Hog, the authors of the 2011 Shadow Warrior and its upcoming sequel, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One soon. The cyberpunk FPS Hard Reset Redux will also hit PC and features "upgraded visual engine and rebalanced gameplay, along with new enemies and weaponry". The title will be playable at PAX South this weekend. Trailer and screenshots after the jump.
Hard Reset Redux
The world as we know it has ceased to exist. Surrounded by vast, hostile wastelands, the remnants of humankind's dwindling population live within the closed city of Bezoar, but the walls have been breached. As a CLN soldier, you are all that stands between the hive mind machines of The Sanctuary, and total extinction.
Combining unapologetically over-the-top destruction and a dark cyberpunk setting, the breakout FPS from Flying Wild Hog (Shadow Warrior 1 & 2) gets reenergized for modern audiences with an upgraded visual engine and rebalanced gameplay, along with new enemies and weaponry (cyber-katana!).
Hard Reset Redux is coming soon to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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