What you need to know
- Project Warlock is an upcoming old-school first-person shooter.
- The game features 60 massive levels.
- It's coming to Xbox One on June 12.
- You can preorder Project Warlock for $15 through the Microsoft Store.
At Windows Central, we always try to bring you news about exciting upcoming games. Today, we're going to be talking about a retro first-person shooter called Project Warlock. The game is coming to Xbox One on June 12, and it looks really good.
Project Warlock is already available on PC and gamers absolutely love it. You can check out the bombastic trailer below.
One man and his guns. Become a mysterious Warlock who embarks onto a dangerous mission to eradicate all evil. Put your finger on the trigger and travel through time and space to wreak havoc like in the golden days of fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping first-person shooters, hooking you for hours of super fun carnage. Explore 60 vast levels in five settings, from a frozen Antarctic base to the sands of Egypt to the medieval castles' courts and graveyards. Find keys to unlock passages, reveal secret caches, and use lifts and hidden buttons to access new areas. Finally descend to hell to face the ultimate challenge and emerge victorious.
Are you interested in the game? Do you like these old-school Duke Nukem-like titles? Let us know. It costs $15 so you won't break the bank if you want to play it.
Kill everything in sight
Project Warlock is a first-person shooter that fans of Doom, Hexen, and Wolfenstein cannot miss. It serves you an exploding cocktail of bullets, spells, and monsters.
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