Back in 2011, Epic Games and People Can Fly released Bulletstorm, an FPS built around point scoring and style. And also a lot of vulgarity and jerks. While it was a pretty great game for its time, and plenty of fun (and funny), it was a commercial failure for the company, killing any potential for a sequel. (It also doesn’t help that it came out at the worst time ever.) Now, it looks like it’ll be coming to current gen systems in the very near future.
According to the Brazilian Ratings Board, the remaster, subtitled Full Clip Edition, is listed for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Instead of being re-published by EA, the remastered edition will be published by Gearbox Software. No clue what’s included in it, but it’ll likely just be the standard improved graphics and framerate, along with whatever DLC the game had.
The Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is supposed to be released sometime in 2017.
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