The brand-new game starring late-’80s police activity hero RoboCop is coming this September — a little later than planned — author Nacon introduced Thursday at its Nacon Connect display. New video footage of RoboCop: Rogue City highlights what gamers will certainly have the ability to do when playing as the part-man, part-machine, all-cop lead character: explore criminal offenses, shoot crooks, and also give out car park tickets.
First gameplay of the RoboCop first-person shooter displays a comprehensive, abandoned Detroit, and also Alex Murphy patrolling its roads searching for ne’er-do-wells doing criminal offenses. In the video footage, RoboCop origins out a medicine den in the cellar of a gallery with some extremely light investigator job. He after that continues to discharge his roaring Auto 9 pistol right into the faces of some road residue, switching over to a submachine weapon for a lot more physical violence. It’s bloody sufficient that the gameplay of RoboCop: Rogue City is age-gated. You’ll need to see it at YouTube.
Elsewhere in the gameplay trailer, we see RoboCop supporting the regulation in much much less harmful means: by handing out an auto parking ticket to somebody that’s parked as well near to a fire hydrant. Here’s a computer animated GIF of that first-person ticket-giving so you can appreciate it on loophole:
RoboCop: Rogue City revives Peter Weller as the voice of RoboCop, and also you’ll obtain a feeling of his much sleepier discussion because gameplay video footage. (Hey, Peter Weller is 75 years of ages. It’s OK! I’m glad he’s back.)
RoboCop: Rogue City will certainly be launched in September on PlayStation 5, Windows COMPUTER, and also Xbox Series X. Nacon did not state the formerly introduced Nintendo Switch variation of the game, and also we’ve connected to see if that variation is still coming.