Fast-paced top-down shooter The Hong Kong Massacre coming to Switch

Currently available for PlayStation 4 and PC.

The Hong Kong Massacre

Fast-paced top-down shooter The Hong Kong Massacre, which first launched for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam in January 2019, is coming to Switch, publisher Untold Tales and developer Vreski announced. A release date was not announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Untold Tales:

Inspired by classic action movies, The Hong Kong Massacre places you at the center of a hard-boiled revenge story, filled with brutal, cinematic shootouts, and vivid underworld locations.

Take on the role of a former police detective bent on exacting vengeance for his partner’s murder and use of a mixture of raw firepower, slow-motion, and dive / dodge mechanics to tear your way through the criminal ranks.

Dive through windows or dodge behind cover—every shot is lethal, so stay aware of your surroundings and exploit the environment however you can.

When the heat is on, you can slow down time and plan for the next move. Avoiding bullets whilst taking out enemies is crucial for survival—but beware, your slow-motion ability is limited: plan fast, think ahead, and bring down the bad guys unscathed.

Each level features a range of challenges, allowing you to to unlock new weapons as you progress, trading bullets from restaurants to rooftops across a moody, crime-riddled city.

Watch the Untold Tales publisher announcement reel featuring The Hong Kong Massacre below.

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