FPS ‘Prodeus’ Headed to Early Access and Teases Map Editor Feature

Humble Games announced new details for the Bounding Box Software-developed first-person shooter Prodeus, in development for PC-via The Humble Store and Steam for a 2020 release.

The publisher announced that Prodeus will enter the Early Access program in Fall 2020. The Early Access period will allow players to test out some of the game’s levels and provide feedback to developers before the game’s official launch. The developer also teased more about their level editor feature that allows players to create their own arenas and share them.

Additionally, the publisher released new gameplay that gives players a closer look at the game’s latest environments and enemies. The trailer also shows off some of the game’s weapons.

Prodeus is a first-person shooter that takes inspiration from classic entries in the genre including DOOM and Duke Nukem. The developer is promising players that they are providing the “quality you expect from AAA experience while adhering to some of the aesthetic, technical limits of older hardware.”

The game also puts the spotlight on the gore, which there’s plenty of. Players are able to dismember enemies with their arsenal and “Paint the walls red.” However, we don’t know much about the story, but at this point, I don’t think that matters.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the release of Prodeus, and it’s early access contents.

You can watch the new trailer below:

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