Bullets Per Minute is coming to consoles this summer time


Dance by means of the Hazard

Developer Awe Interactive introduced that their wild and bombastic rhythm-action shooter BPM: Bullets Per Minute is at the moment lock ‘n’ loading for its long-awaited PS4 and Xbox One debuts, scheduled for summer time 2021.

Launching on PC within the fall of 2020, BPM is a high-fantasy and really metallic first-person shooter which sees gamers within the position of a closely armed Asgardian Valkyrie, desperately preventing to maintain the realm protected against a demonic invasion. BPM‘s gameplay sees gamers rewarded for meting out vengeance to the beat of a hard-rockin’ soundtrack — bagging new weaponry and heavy-buffing power-ups whereas using a fancy traversal system to remain one step from hurt, and look dang fashionable whereas doing it.

“When BPM: Bullets Per Minute hit PC, the response we obtained blew us away, and we had been conscious that many players on the market had been eager for us to deliver our specific model of bang-bang-to-the-beats motion to PlayStation and Xbox,” mentioned Awe Interactive founder David Jones. “We all the time had plans to assist consoles, however we felt like we should always deal with it as a model new launch, nevertheless, and consequently we seemed for a accomplice to assist us do these new platforms justice.”

Awe Interactive discovered mentioned accomplice within the type of writer Playtonic Buddies, who will assist get the frenzied and fiery launch into the fingers of console gamers quickly.

“Signing a deal to publish a recreation made by a studio you’ve by no means bodily met while concurrently launching a publishing label may sound daunting for some, however right here at Playtonic Buddies, we noticed it as a problem to grasp one of many new regular’s routine duties: Loudly and repeatedly informing one another that a number of of us had left our mics on mute throughout infinite Zoom calls,” mentioned Playtonic CEO Gavin Value. “It has been a pleasure to return along with Awe Interactive and we’re genuinely excited to deliver BPM: Bullets Per Minute to console players this summer time.”




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