FPS ‘Prodeus’ Gets Steam Early Access Release Date a Day Early Shown in New Trailer

Humble Games announced that the Bounding Box Software-developed first-person shooter, Prodeus will release PC-via Steam Early Access on November 9, instead of November 10.

The publisher released a very short trailer of the carnage players will cause in the game. The early release date is very much a way to get in front of the next-generation console releases, but if you’re a fan of these types of games, I think you’d pick it up regardless.

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 can 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 development of Prodeus. During Early Access, some things might change based on player feedback.

In case you missed it, check out our preview.

You can watch the trailer below:

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