- It’s a gore retro funhouse inspired by FPS classics like Quake and Doom 64
- Early Access contains the first single-player chapter of the game
- Project Warlock II’s launch trailer explodes with melancholy and carnage
10 JUNE 2022, WARSAW, POLAND – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Developer Buckshot Software and publisher Retrovibe have launched the Early Access version of their retro first-person shooter Project Warlock II on Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store tonight. A special launch trailer celebrating the occasion was shown during the IGN Expo digital event.
In Project Warlock II players step into the shoes of Palmer and need to defend their home castle from an onslaught of invading demons. They’ll have an arsenal of upgradeable swords, guns, magical staffs, cannons, and special skills at their disposal. Palmer is but only the first of the three Warlocks that will be featured in the game, with Urd and Kirsten’s chapters to be introduced over the coming months.
The first single-player chapter of Project Warlock II consists of 6 massive, sprawling levels up to 10 times bigger than any individual level in the original game. The game’s world evolved into vertical, three-dimensional, multi-floored structures, platforms, and buildings that literally elevate the gameplay.
Early Access of Project Warlock II is planned for about 1 year. The developers will gather feedback and refine gameplay while working on the remaining two chapters of the game.
Project Warlock II is now available for 16.99 USD / 15.99 EUR and a 10% launch discount on Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store.