XIII remake launch trailer

Due out on November 10.

XIII remake

Publisher Microids and developer PlayMagic have released the launch trialer for the remake of XIII, which reveals more details on the game’s local multiplayer mode.

Here is an overview of the game, via Microids:

In this remake of the world-famous cel-shaded first-person shooter from 2003, play as XIII, a man who has lost his memory trying to uncover his past and is determined to shed light on one of the most astounding conspiracy in the history of the United States. Get ready for a mysterious and thrilling solo adventure combining action and stealth with 34 levels faithful to the original design. From Brighton Beach to army bases and even the Grand Canyon Valley, the various environments encountered over the course of XIII’s journey offer many exciting changes of scenery.

With the power of a modern 3D engine, all of the game’s visual elements have been enhanced by a brand-new art direction whilst respecting the original material and its iconic stylish cel-shaded look. XIII’s detailed arsenal is also guaranteed to please the most demanding players and is delivered with gameplay improvements to surprise the veteran gamers familiar with the original game.

Finally, compete in up to four-player split screen battles. Watch the launch trailer for a first glance at the local multiplayer mode.

XIII is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (Steam on November 10, and for Switch in 2021.

Watch the launch trailer below.

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