Publishers 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment, along with developer Voidpoint, have announced an expansion for their retro-style first-person shooter Ion Fury.
The expansion is titled “Aftershock”, and will have players once again take the role of Shelly Harrison as she blasts her way through new zones and enemies on a hover bike. The expansion is set to launch sometime this Summer for Switch and other platforms.
Check out the trailer below:
After defeating Heskel in her previous adventure, Shelly Harrison decides to celebrate at a local bar. When explosions interrupt her tasty beverage, she rushes out to find Heskel in a monstrous flying machine, cackling madly as he rockets away toward a mushroom cloud on the horizon.
Instinctively, she reaches for her Loverboy revolver, cocks it, and searches for the fastest transportation she can find—a sleek and powerful high-speed Hover Bike, armed with Drunken Homing Plasma Missiles. Shelly’s fight against Heskel continues with multiple brand-new zones to explore, new dangerous enemies, new armaments to destroy them with, and some amazing high-speed vehicle combat.
Like classic expansions, “Aftershock” offers a brand new Arrange mode. Whether playing for the first time or revisiting Ion Fury, choose Arrange mode to experience the original game but now enhanced with new enemies, weapons and more.
Rendered in the very same Build Engine that powered beloved titles like Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior, Ion Fury takes the classic shooter framework and injects a bit of modern mayhem with features like headshots. Voidpoint didn’t just make a game inspired by ;90s shooters: they practically time-travelled and created their own ‘90s shooter.”
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