Strange Brigade is a curious game which blends Egyptian mythology and third-person shooting together. The game follows the story of the "Witch Queen Seteki". Risen from the dead, Seteki commands an army of mummified monstrosities who want to destroy the world. However, it's up to the Strange Brigade, a band of brave adventurers, to fight back. The story is eerily similar to what happens in all "The Mummy" films.
Today, developer Rebellion released a new trailer which showcases six minutes of non-stop action. The video not only gives us a taste of the gameplay, but also reveals the various customization options players have when it comes to weapons. You can add a variety of modifiers to drastically alter gameplay.
Hopefully Strange Brigade will be a polished experience when it launches this month. Sniper Elite 4 was a substantial leap for the studio because it approached "AAA" level polish. The game was a stable experience which looked and ran great even on base hardware.
Strange Brigade is off for rip-roaring escapades on August 28, 2018, starting at $49.99. The 1930's co-op adventure is currently available for preorder on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The title features Xbox One X enhancements as well. The Xbox One X version runs at 1800p resolution, while the PlayStation 4 Pro only achieves 1440p.
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