For all those who have been disappointed with Cyberpunk 2077, a much more frenetic and fun alternative may soon arrive. Turbo Overkill it will in fact be a FPS that is as splatter as it is adrenaline-pumping that will combine a Blade Runner-style world with gameplay similar to past shooters like Doom or Quake.
Obviously the violence and the huge arsenal will be the masters, with weapons of the caliber of the Twin Magnum, which block the enemies and then decimate them, the grenade launchers, the heavy machine guns or the Telefragger rifle, which can teleport us inside an enemy and then make it explode.
When Doom meets Blade Runner Turbo Overkill is born
In this explosive game created by Trigger Happy Interactive, former creators of the award-winning Total Chaos mod for Doom II, we will step into the shoes of Johnny Turno, a mercenary who will have to clean up his hometown Paradise of crime and defeat the artificial intelligence Syn.
Turbo Overkill will include a number of momentum and movement-based mechanics, such as Hero Time, a new form of slow motion. Johnny’s leg, which will have a chainsaw implemented, will also be a useful tool for gutting enemies and decreasing the health of bosses.
During the main campaign, players will have 24 levels filled with secrets, walls to run on, bonuses and combat puzzles. Along the way there will be collectibles that will unlock gameplay-changing modifiers, such as triple speed or instant kill.
Scott Miller, founder of Apogee Entertaiment, he has declared: “As the guy who helped launch the shooter genre with Wolfenstein 3D, Rise of the Triad, Duke Nukem 3D, Max Payne and Prey, I wasn’t so thrilled with a FPS from the golden era of Apogee / 3D Realms“.
Turbo Overkill will be released in 2022 on PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch, Playstation 5, Xbox Series, Playstation 4 and Xbox One.