Wanted: Dead

Wanted: Dead for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC Gets New Trailer Full of Bloody & Explosive Action

y developer Soleil and publisher 110 Industries revealed a brand new trailer of the upcoming action game Wanted: Dead.

Today developer Soleil and publisher 110 Industries revealed a brand new trailer of the upcoming action game Wanted: Dead.

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The trailer showcased a brief look at cutscenes and then moves on to the game’s bombastic and bloody action gameplay.

You can check it out below alongside another skit starring Stefanie Joosten.

Wanted: Dead will release in 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

If you’d like to learn more, you can check out the official description below and watch the previous trailer.

Incidentally, Soleil is also currently working on Valkyrie Elysium for Square Enix.

Players take on the role of Lt. Hannah Stone, stepping into a dark and dangerous vision of cyberpunk Hong Kong as leader of the “Zombie Squad”, an elite team who work outside the purview of the traditional police force. You will fall in love with Stone’s elite combat skills that combine style and substance, delivering cool slow-motion sequences, the ability to issue orders to teammates and a limb severing mechanic that changes enemy attack patterns.

Your date with Wanted: Dead this Valentine’s Day will take a stop at the Atomic Heart diner. Offering a change of pace to the game’s adrenaline-pumping combat, the diner offers a place for Lt. Stone to chill as she consumes food and drinks for buffs that will help her on her deadly missions, while giving us players the chance to get to know the eccentric cast of characters that comprise her team.

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