Double Damage Games has been flaunting the demo for its new area western journey game Rebel Galaxy: Outlaw at PAX West this weekend. The game will characteristic a brand new major character and an even bigger universe than its predecessor, Rebel Galaxy – “filled with lowlifes, cops, pirates, and blue-collar folks just trying to get by”.
Rebel Galaxy: Outlaw was revealed final Friday, accompanied by a comic book guide impressed trailer, and already feels fully completely different to the primary game. Gameplay footage exhibits that this new entry may have a extra formidable story, in addition to increasing on the game’s universe with updates to bounty searching, pirating and buying and selling.
The major character of Rebel Galaxy: Outlaw is no-nonsense Juno Markev, whose story covers occasions that happen 35 years earlier than the primary game in what’s described as a “sort-of prequel”. The gameplay trailer exhibits the method of Markev discovering and chasing down an outlaw with a bounty on their head and showcases the brand new shiny enhancements that the devs have made to the game – equivalent to a extra detailed dialogue system, the place the participant can ask seedy bar dwellers about varied matters together with bounty searching and cargo jobs which you could tackle to earn a fast buck.
There is a big number of ships which you could select between on the area station, from big cargo autos to nippy assault ships, with choices to customize every ship to go well with the job you might be embarking on. The trailer additionally exhibits the very flashy inside of the ship’s deck that shows mission coordinates, flight map, ship harm, and subspace radio stations which you could surf by.
An spectacular chase sequence finds a ship tailing a pirate outlaw in a gritty, explosive dogfight – all accompanied by a slide guitar soundtrack that echoes the likes of Firefly and Cowboy Bebop.
Rebel Galaxy: Outlaw is ready to launch on PC early subsequent 12 months.