What you need to know
- Bite The Bullet is a roguelite shooter for Xbox One and PC.
- It appears to be an Xbox Console Launch Exclusive at the moment.
- In order to become stronger, you need to shoot enemies and eat their corpses.
- The game is coming to both platforms in 2020.
Today, Graffiti Games and Mega Cat Studios announced that the upcoming roguelite role-playing shooter, Bite The Bullet, should launch on Xbox One next year. In addition to that, Bite The Bullet will also be available on Steam.
According to the teams, in the game, players satisfy their appetite for destruction by eating enemies, bullets, and more to power-up their character, weapons, and abilities.
You have to shoot enemies first, and by eating their corpses, you can create new weapons, skills, and much more. If you devour enough enemies, you can turn into a demon-like creature and smash everything in your path with ease. You can see some of this carnage in the trailer.
Bite The Bullet currently appears to be an Xbox Console Launch Exclusive. If you're interested in intriguing smaller experiences, be sure to check out the game early next year.
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