Take a chilling new look at the blood-curdling action game coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S & PC on Valentine’s Day 2023.
110 Industries hacks and slashes in a grisly new Tokyo Game Show trailer for Wanted: Dead, revealing the sheer brutality that the game has to offer. Launching for PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S & PC on February 14th, Valentine’s Day 2023, the trailer indulges us with a closer look at the game’s stylish high-octane combat mechanics, multiple mini-games, spectacular John Wick-esque style finishers, and slick, limb-severing swordplay, accompanied by a seriously killer soundtrack.
Developed by Japanese studio Soleil and inspired by combat systems found in titles like Devil May Cry, Bayonetta, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Wanted: Dead unveils a brutal blend of relentless melee sword combat, thrilling gunplay, and a unique limb severing system to deliver a deep action title to really raise the blood pressure.
Players will gear up to take on the duties of Lt. Hannah Stone, stepping into a dark and deadly vision of cyberpunk Hong Kong as leader of the “Zombie Squad”, an elite team who work outside the purview of the traditional police force. You will become enthralled by Stone’s devastating hack-n-slash combat skills that combine style and substance, delivering chilling slow-motion sequences and bone-shattering, limb-severing mechanics.
Relax and slow things down from the adrenaline-pumping combat, take a stop at the Atomic Heart diner for your date with death. The diner provides a place for Lt. Stone to recover and recharge as she consumes food and drinks for buffs that will help her on her deadly missions while giving us players the chance to get to know the eccentric cast of characters that comprise her team.
Prepare for a fight to the death with an insanity-filled mix of advanced weaponry and lo-tech 90s retro-futurism, dealing devastating damage using projectile weapons such as assault rifles, SMGs, LMGs, and grenade launchers. The fight you encounter will be far from easy in this truly hardcore experience so test your mettle and use every technique you have as you battle through hordes of mercenaries, synthetics, and private security forces.
The new Tokyo Game Show trailer features the track “Through the Night” by Stefanie Joosten and Raney Shockne. “Through the Night” is now available on all streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer.