Rebellion’s co-op shooter is out today, and you can check out how it’s fared out in the world with our review round-up.
Strange Brigade, the supernatural shooter from Sniper Elite dev Rebellion, has dropped today for PC and console.
As members of a British Secret Service group, you can team up with three friends and go for an Indiana-Jones-esque romp in a 1930s-inspired adventure.
Players will fight off hordes of the undead in a fantasy version of Africa, competing for loot while working together to stave off mummies, giant scorpions, and other outlandish creatures that are out for blood.
You can read more about the combat and progress system in our preview of the game.
Players who pre-ordered the game, or who pick it up withing 30 days of launch, will receive a free fifth character in the form of Winston Bey, a “prospector, journalist, spy, diplomat and traveller” with the Department of Antiquities.
What’s more, the game will have free monthly content alongside a season pass, with Rebellion planning to roll out regular support and updates.
The season pass will introduce a new, three-part campaign, four new characters, as well as new outfits, weapons, and amulets that buff your in-game abilities.
Now you’re up to speed on what the game’s all about, you can check out what the general consensus is below. Scores are out of 10 unless noted otherwise.
- GamesRadar+ – 3/5
- VideoGamer – 6
- Metro GameCentral – 6
- Press Start Australia – 7
- Push Square – 7
- IGN Spain – 7.2
- IGN – 7.5
- Stevivor – 7.5
- The Games Machine (Italy) – 7.8
- IGN Italy – 7.9
- God is a Geek – 8
- TheSixthAxis – 8
- Wccftech – 8
Strange Brigade is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.