THQ Nordic has unveiled a new trailer for their previously announced third-person shooter action-adventure game by Appeal Studios, Outcast – A New Beginning. The combat is showcased here, with the following detailed:
- Modular Gun
Throughout the game, you’ll find more than 30 different weapon modules that change the behaviour of your gun. Combine modules to try different combat styles! With 24 different modules (8 are doubled) and up to 6 weapon slots, the number of combinations is massive. Spoiler: it’s over 9000! If we consider all possible options, we’re talking 906.192 combinations – feel free to do the math.
Use your shield to defend yourself – or to attack! It works both as an offensive and defensive weapon.
Your jetpack allows you to travel quickly but also aids in combat. Upgrade it as you progress through the game!
- Talan Powers
You’ll aquire helpful abilities by finishing a village quest – like anti-gravity powers or flying creatures dropping bombs on enemies. Those powers are a part of the natural ecosystem of Adelpha. But keep in mind: The better the jo
This sequel to the 1999 entry occurs on the alien planet of Adelpha, where protagonist and ex-Navy SEAL Cutter Slade finds himself after being resurrected by Yods. Seeing that the world is being robbed of its natural resources and that the Talan denizens have been enslaved, Cutter finds himself fighting for this planet’s peace, as well as battling his own past when robots invade.
Crafted by the original title’s team, players can look forward to an expected 35-hour experience. There are also several modular guns, of which there are over 30 upgradeable modules, a shield, and powers from the Talans to combat foes. Movement is also integral to the experience via the jetpack, enabling jumping, gliding, and sprinting. Further, players can rebuild and interact with Talan establishments to gain new abilities.
You can view the combat trailer for Outcast – A New Beginning below:
Outcast – A New Beginning is planned to launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC at an unknown time. A price of $69.99 has been confirmed.
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