Bulletstorm Remastered to Include All DLCs, New Campaign Mode

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Bulletstorm is apparently getting remastered, in spite of the fact that it’s just five years old and still looks pretty good even by today’s standards. Then again everything is getting remastered nowadays so I guess things like this are becoming the norm now. That said, it’s a bit hard to get upset about this one because Bulletstorm is a pretty good game and definitely worth looking into if you haven’t played it before. Officially entitled Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, the remastered version includes all the previously released content along with five new levels for the Echo mode and a brand new campaign mode known as Overkill. While it may sound somewhat fancy, the Overkill mode basically just unlocks all weapons and skills from the very start so you can go on a bloody rampage as soon as you start a new game.

In terms of visual improvements, we’re looking at the usual 4K resolution support, improved textures and models, enhanced animations and environments, and remastered audio effects. Pretty standard. In addition, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition also allows players to switch protagonist Grayson Hunt with….Duke Nukem? Well, I’m not exactly sure what the connection is here but you can apparently play through the whole game as Duke Nukem if you wish, complete with “a fully re-recorded script and brand-new lines.” Obviously, there’s a catch to this because the Duke Nukem voice is apparently only available to those who pre-order the game, which is sold at full price – well, $50, so close enough – I might add. Make  of that what you will.

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is scheduled to launch on April 7, 2017 for PC, Xbox One, PS4, and PS4 Pro.

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