Gearbox has introduced at PAX East that it is bringing a model of 2011’s Bulletstorm to Change ‘early’ this summer time within the guise of Bulletstorm: Duke of Change Version.
Basically a Change model of the remaster Bulletstorm: Full Clip Version which appeared on PS4, Xbox One and PC again in 2017, developer Individuals Can Fly’s first-person shooter initially launched to crucial acclaim however failed to satisfy EA and Epic Video games’ gross sales expectations. Gearbox helped unique builders create the remastered model for contemporary consoles and it seems to be prefer it’ll be with us fairly quickly.
Take Grayson Hunt and Duke Nukem with you in Bulletstorm: Duke of Change Version. Survive or get revenge on the commander that betrayed you on this cult-classic shooter coming to #NintendoSwitch this summer time! #PAXEast pic.twitter.com/rF1TFGOyah— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 28, 2019
The ‘summer time 2019’ date is all we have been instructed up to now, on the subject of a launch window. All of the DLC from the remastered model shall be included within the Change recreation, and as you may see from the identify, that can embrace the Duke Nukem pack with voice work from Duke’s unique actor, Jon St. John.
The official launch particulars the thrill of the workforce to get the sport on Change:
“For the reason that first reveal, once I noticed the capabilities of the newest Nintendo console, I knew that we have to get Bulletstorm engaged on that factor!” mentioned Individuals Can Fly’s CEO Sebastian Wojciechowski. “The entire workforce was tremendous pumped up on doing that” he provides.
The sport will embrace the entire single-player expertise as well as with all of the DLC launched. Sure – Duke’s coming too, and he’ll kick some ass and chew bubblegum as anticipated!
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