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1479990cookie-checkRedeemer: Enhanced Edition Launches July 12th On PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Redeemer: Enhanced Edition Launches July 12th On PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

The top-down, hardcore action game from Russian outfit Buka Entertainment and publisher Ravenscourt is set to get re-released on home consoles as a digital enhanced edition. The studios announced that Redeemer: Enhanced Edition will be available starting July 12th for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch as a digital download.

The Redeemer: Enhanced Edition comes with some pretty cool features that overhauls the experience so that you can play in all new ways, including the brand new cooperative mode that allows you to team up locally with a buddy to play through the story mode.

A new leveling system has also been implemented, allowing you to improve and increase the main character’s skills, and upgrade his damage output. This is complimented with a perk system that allows you to add special abilities to Vasily’s offensive maneuvers, including plasma blasts, flaming bullets, or electro punches. You can check out the trailer below to get an idea of what the gameplay is like for the story-driven action title.

The game follows a retired assassin named Vasily who used to work for a cybernetic weapons manufacturer before retreating to a shaolin temple where he become a monk.

20 years later his old employer finally managed to track him down and unleash their wrath on the temple, and it’s up to players to take control of Vasily and dispense some mean, testosterone-driven violence on the deadly operatives sent to kill Vasily.

I’m not sure what happened but originally Redeemer: Enhanced Edition was supposed to be out last year in the fall of 2018, but for whatever reason it was delayed to this year. Better late than never, right?

You can look for the game to arrive on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One as a digital download starting July 12th. For more info feel free to visit the official Redeemer website.

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