Stealthy Victorian madness!
During PC Gamer’s PC Gaming Show 2020, New Blood Interactive shared some footage and news of some of the games being developed by the studio.
MAXIMUM Action jumped in with a hyper-fast retro trailer that showed off a bunch of fast-paced gameplay, blood, jumping, punching, and basically…it looks like a reimagining of the original Doom games, but with RTX graphics enabled. The Steam page says that the game is inspired by Hong Kong action.
There are also a bunch of weapons for players to use, such as knives, SMGs, pistols, shotguns, rifles, grenades, bazookas, katanas, and more. All weapons can be duel-wielded as well, so give me some of that bazooka SMG action. To add to the fun, enemies are ragdolls and players are able to jump, slide, and kick their way through them.
Unfortunate Spacemen was also shown, a game that became available as of yesterday and finds players working together as spacemen to get rescued from a space station, however one player isn’t who they claim to be and as such…chaos ensues.
Gloomwood was another title that was shown and does not have a release date yet but will find players sneaking around a victorian setting trying to progress through levels using nothing but stealth. The world has been hand-crafted and players can make use of numerous interactivity features such as peeking, leaning, eavesdropping, and more. While it’s not available yet, a demo is available on Steam and the trailer for this is right below.
New Blood Interactive also touched on its 2018 title, Dusk which was revealed to be getting a console version back in 2019. The Nintendo Switch version of Dusk is due to arrive this year in Halloween 2020.
If you’re interested in the games New Blood Interactive has to offer, you can check out its entire franchise and see more of the games that were mentioned in the PC Gamer stream.