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Road Redemption, the Road Rash vehicular combat racing video game successor is back

Road Redemption, the Road Rash vehicular combat racing video game successor is back

Road Redemption is an upcoming vehicular combat racing video game being developed by Pixel Dash Studios and EQ Games as a spiritual successor to the Road Rash series. An in-progress version is available through Steam Early Access, with final release planned for Microsoft , OS X, and Linux on October 4th, 2017. Console versions of Road Redemption are planned for 2018.

Road Redemption is a Unity-based game for PC, Mac OSX and Linux featuring a revolving around biker gangs and drug distribution routes and online multiplayer. You can see the intensive influence of Road Rash.

Melee weapons, firearms and explosives will all be tools of the trade for bikers, with a counter and parry system at the heart of combat. Bikers can also kick other bikers into oncoming traffic because bikers are violent maniacs.

The graphics for the game look top-notch, comparable to any of the popular games in 2017. It does retain the essence of the game: Kick and punch the rivals to hit the finish line first. It seems the games will get access to some new manoeuvers as well. And you can shoot them too. A few backgrounds do remind us of the movie Mad Max as well.

The game features a Single Player Campaign with full 4-player splitscreen co-op. It also comes with massive, expandable skill tree. Rack in the loot to upgrade your character, your bike, and your weapons. A with grabs, kicks, counters, critical strikes, and more. Full support for both mouse &; keyboard and gamepad control configurations. You can also earn by completing races, assassinations, robberies, and other challenges in your path. As you collect loot, you will upgrade your character, your bike, and your weapons.

Gameplay is being ‘geared toward experienced players’, the Kickstarter page says. The developers explain the systems will feel more satisfying because of the difficulty. A few months after launch, should the Kickstarter drive yield success, DarkSeas Games will release the source code, art assets and project files to the public for modding.

It’s important to note that none of the individuals involved with Road Redemption actually worked on the Road Rash series. Road Redemption is looking for $160,000 over the next 29 days. As of right now, the campaign has pulled in around $8,000.

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