New indie video game studio Dream Powered Games has announced their first-ever title, Warcry: Challenges.
The developer has described the upcoming first-person shooter game as the answer to the question: “What if Doomguy had a drunk one night stand with Super Meat Boy?” And the accompanying trailer showcases just that, taking the visual aesthetics of Doom and mixes it with the linear, obstacle-based structure of Super Meat Boy.
Over at the game’s Steam page, Dream Powered Games also noted that Warcry: Challenges will be a “skill-based fast FPS” that will feature “challenging short levels and brutal gunfights”.
“Make use of powers such as slow motion, stomp, grappling hook or ‘force’ style melee, do 360° and backflips and above all, compete for the first place and improve your skill in over 180 frantic challenges,” it added.
According to GamesRadar, Warcry: Challenges will also feature a global leaderboard where players can take on these challenges in order to prove they’re the most skilled player in the world.
It is currently unknown when Warcry: Challenges will be available – the steam page only notes that it’s planned for a “2021-TBD” release window – but more information about the game is expected in the coming months.
In other gaming news, Frontier Developments has revealed more about Jurassic World Evolution 2, the much-anticipated sequel to 2018’s Jurassic World Evolution. Game director Rich Newbold has described the upcoming title as “the most authentic Jurassic experience yet”, and noted that the game will feature four different game modes.
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