If you like 90s first-person shooters like the classic Doom or Wolfenstein 3D, you may want to put Project Warlock, a contemporary FPS but with a marked retro style that landed on PC a couple of years ago after a successful one, on your watchlist. Kickstarter campaign. Now, set your course to consoles.
Buckshot Software and Gaming Company
announce that the game will be available on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch starting next month. Its release date varies slightly from one platform to another, yes: it will hit the Sony console on June 9; to Nintendo’s on June 11 and Microsoft’s on June 12. It will cost 14.99 euros in all of them, and can already be booked on Xbox and Switch.
The game has a free demo on SteamThe announcement is accompanied by the trailer that you can see in the news. As of today, Project Warlock accumulates more than 1,000 reviews on Steam, with a “very positive” average . Valve’s platform also hosts a free demo.
“The game tells the story of the Sorcerer , a mysterious preacher destined to purge the world of the evil forces that have invaded it,” reads the editor’s description. “Heading headfirst into a hell of bullets, claws, and fangs, he will have to fight his way through the hordes of bloodthirsty demons, satanic monsters, and deadly machines.” The game houses 60 levels full of enemies, mechanisms and secrets; and it also allows us to access almost a quarantine of weapons plus eight spells.