This Is the Police tactical spin-off Rebel Cops coming to PC and Consoles on September 17

In a surprise reveal today, THQ Nordic and Weappy announced Rebel Cops, a turn-based tactics stealth game set in This Is the Police universe. In Rebel Cops, you control a squad of ex-police officers united by a desire to take down their town’s new criminal overlord. The spin-off will focus on turn-based stealth gameplay, with unforgiving combat and vast levels to explore. Rebel Cops will be arriving on September 17 to PC, Xbox® One, PlayStation® 4 and Nintendo Switch™.

Check out the detail-packed feature trailer:

Key Features

  • Fight the corrupt authority: After criminal mastermind Viktor Zuev took over the town of Ripton, you and your fellow police officers have gone rogue to do what must be done. Perform tactical turn-based missions to undermine Zuev’s allies and bring the power back to the people.
  • No hitpoints, no forgiveness: You are outmanned and outgunned. Use stealth tactics and cover to approach the enemy quietly and take them down before they can raise any alarms. There are no health bars in Rebel Cops! Once shot, your officers will bleed out unless you act fast to save them.
  • Explore, loot, and watch your back: Rebel Cops features a large number of scenarios, from compact operations to big, open-ended locations to explore. Build up your street cred in Ripton by helping out local folks in side missions and get rewarded for exploring the levels thoroughly.
  • Take the high moral road – or not: Justice must be served, but it’s up to you to choose how that happens. Will you play by Zuev’s merciless rules? Will you help the desperate townspeople, even if it means putting your operation at risk? In Rebel Cops, your reputation will affect your team’s morale and even the merchants’ prices.

Rebel Cops will be available on Steam, GOG, Xbox® One, PlayStation® Store and Nintendo eShop on September 17th for just $9.99/€9.99 offering 15 hours of gameplay.

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