Digerati Distribution, Bootdisk Revolution and Nephilim Game Studios’ Bleed 2 came out last year for PC. It was a follow-up to the run-and-gun, dash-style shooter that came out a few years before that. The companies recently announced that Bleed 2 will have a chance to capture the eyes and attention of the console generation of gamers when it launches on PS4 in North America starting February 6th, and on February 7th in Europe, and then a few days later on the Xbox One starting February 9th.
The game will be available for only $14.99. Microsoft, desperate for cash, opened up pre-orders for the indie title with a 10% discount.
The game itself takes everything that was already present in the original and upgraded it with additional bullet-time gameplay, all new weapons, seven different levels to play through, 25 different bosses to defeat, all new playable characters for those of you who don’t want to play the pink-haired heroine, an all new two-player local cooperative mode for main campaign, and even four different difficulty settings.
You can see what the gameplay is like with the trailer, which covers a lot of the bullet-dodging gameplay that the series is known for.
The game’s break-neck speed run-and-gun action is designed to give gamers a mixture of both platforming and bullet-hell gameplay.
In addition to this, there’s the all new Endless Mode that you can play through, which also supports co-op mode, and there’s an all new Arcade Mode where you only get one life and attempt to be the game.
A Challenge Mode is also present, which sees players going head-to-head against three bosses at a time in the ultimate test of hand-eye coordination and lightning quick reflexes.
The game may have an uphill struggle to contend with in today’s environment where gamers are soured on the idea of titles pushing for diversity and multiculturalism. The topics have become synonymous with propaganda and agenda-pushing antics from charlatans and agitators working at most media outlets. Anyway, if you were interested in the game you can look for it to go live on the Xbox One and PS4 starting in the early first half of February.