Looking better than ever, Gearbox and People Can Fly’s Bulletstorm is back. The game is locked and loaded with the Full Clip Edition.
If you haven’t played Bulletstorm, well… you should. Over the top, loaded with action and interesting weapons, and genuinely funny, it’s still a terrific shooter years after its original release. And with the Full Clip Edition, now it’s even better looking.
Not too shabby, and an improvement on what was already a sharp looking title. Of course, there’s more that separates the Full Clip version of Bulletstorm from the vanilla installment. And yes, I mean Duke Nukem. The Duke is a playable character that takes the place of main character Graydon, and apparently he offers a much more comedic play through.
Is it shoehorned in? Yeah, it seems like it, but with a new script for him and all new lines recorded by Duke actor John St.John, I probably wouldn’t complain all that much. It’s also free with a pre-order, so there’s that as well.
The game hits in all it’s Full Clip glory on April 7th. Scroll down of rate full details.
The ultimate Bulletstorm experienc
- The Total Package – All previously-released content, including the Gun Sonata and Blood Symphony add-on packs, now on modern platforms.
- New Overkill Campaign Mode – Upon completing the main campaign, blast through this New Game+ mode with an unrestricted arsenal of weapons and Skillshots.
- New Echo Maps – Players can showcase their skills on six brand-new levels for the score-based Echo Mode.
- Killer Visuals – Presented with updated models, environments, and animations all running at 60 FPS across all platforms.
- The Art of Destruction – Pull off masterful kills by mixing fast-paced gunplay with unique kick, slide, and leash combos.
- Visceral Audio – Orchestrate a crescendo of chaos with newly remastered audio effects.
- Duke Nukem’s Bulletstorm Tour – Play through the entire Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition campaign as Duke Nukem, featuring full voice over and brand-new lines from Jon St. John, the original voice of Duke.