… “Rear entry”? It was a combo, okay. And because it’s a remaster of a five year old game, it’s totally coming up from behind. I don’t just make this stuff up.
So anyway, that announcement Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford was teasing? I was close. Kind of. At The Game Awards this weekend, he revealed that his company will be pushing games by other developers under the new Gearbox Publishing label – starting with Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, an enhanced port of the 2011 original featuring a new “Overkill Campaign Mode” with unlimited weapons, six new Echo Mode levels, the requisite updated visuals and whatever, and Duke Nukem as a playable character as a pre-order incentive.
“Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition brings the critically-acclaimed cult-classic shooter to PlayStation 4, Xbox One system, and PC in stunning ultra-high resolutions,” reads the video description. “Updated with hi-res textures, increased polygon counts, sterling audio, and smoother frame rates—all running in up to 4K resolution on PC and PS4 Pro—this new version of Bulletstorm comes with all of the previously-released add-ons along with all-new content.”
It’s out on 7 April 2017.