Heavy metal shoot ’em up GROOD coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on October 23

Currently available for PC.

GROOD

Drageus Games will release Claudio Catalano and CC_ARTS-developed heavy metal shoot ’em up GROOD for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on October 23, the publisher announced.

GROOD first launched for PC via Steam in March 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

GROOD is an indie 2.5D shoot ’em up made with spare robot parts and heavy metal.

The gameplay blends classic shoot ’em up mechanics with modern low poly graphics, particles, shaders, and a hardcore soundtrack.

Journey through different environments and all kinds of weather, from day until night. Annihilate an army of machines, and afterward, annihilate their bosses—go all the way to confirm that your battle paid off.

Travel through woods, swamps, cities, frozen lands, deserts, and more. The dynamic weather system of the game means that your battle will take place in a different background every time you play.

A forest will look wildly different under the rain at sunrise, in the noonday sun, and during an overnight snowfall.

You’ll face different enemies in different gameplays. Small, big, slow, fast: just GO FIGHT THEM ALL.

Key Features

  • Super fast gameplay.
  • Dynamic weather conditions for a different experience every time you play.
  • Multiple final bosses.
  • Multiple weapons.
  • Day / night cycle. Fight early in the morning, during afternoon or at night!
  • 30-plus difficult-to-achieve achievements.
  • Global leaderboard: beat your friends and everyone in the world!
  • Hardcore metal soundtrack.

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