Slated for Spring of 2017, indie developers Crema released a new announcement trailer showing its latest game that made it through Steam Greenlight, Immortal Redneck. The game will be for PC through Steam and will release during this year’s Spring.
If older first-person shooter games like Serious Sam and other titles along the lines fit into your preference of FPS gaming, Crema just might have a title for you in the form of Immortal Redneck. The game takes up rogue-lite elements and arcade-style mechanics that play out really fast.
Immortal Redneck is set in Egypt with the famous indie feature… procedurally generated maps. To fight your way through the randomly generated maps with permadeath lurking around every corner, the game features nine different classes for you to pick from that offer something unique, among a bevy amount of guns and weapons to choose from.
The game’s basic premise and story can be found below.
“The game revolves around a redneck tourist who wakes up mummified in ancient Egypt after an accident. Why is he here? How did he survive the accident? And why the hell is he mummified?! The answer lies within the three danger-filled pyramids of Giza, all protected by an army of monsters and huge bosses. Obviously, your mission is to get inside the pyramids, kill all the enemies and discover what’s going on!”
The latest announcement trailer can be seen that shows various segments and features nestled inside the core game, which to be a product of Steam Greenlight looks really nice.
A lot of Serious Sam vibes flow from this game greatly, however it also features more wacky weapons than CroTeam’s game with stuff like an ankh, potato launcher and other interesting weapons to equip like playing cards.
The new trailer that was recently published for folks to watch stands as a reminder that the indie game that was once on Steam Greenlight will be available to play starting this Spring. You can learn more regarding this game by hitting up immortalredneck.com.
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