Phoenix Game Productions has introduced the manufacturing of its first new unique title, Tokyo Underground Killer. The game might be launched on PC by the tip of 2023, and its retailer web page is already accessible to view on Steam.
Tokyo Underground Killer is a first-person motion game set within the neon-lit cyberpunk metropolis of Tokyo within the close to future, and has been created utilizing Unreal Engine 4. The fundamental character is Kobayashi, an Assassin Vampire who engages in insane high-speed battles towards the ‘Flatliners’, a murderous group of demons. In addition to your base legendary sword, Tokyo Underground Killer options all kinds of supernatural powers, referred to as Blood Skills. There are 13 of them to select from, in addition to 7 different weapons in your arsenal.
Phoenix Game Productions is a Japanese producer that produces and sells impartial video games in cooperation with builders and publishers not solely in Japan but additionally abroad. The lead artist for Tokyo Underground Killer is Hans Steinbach, a comic book artist from Germany who’s also referred to as “Heavy Metal Hanzo”, and the unique digital soundtrack consists by Andrew Hulshult, an American composer who is understood for his works on Doom Eternal, Amid Evil and Wrath: Aeon of Ruin.
In addition to the distinctive battle parts and vampire powers reminiscent of sucking the blood of defeated enemies, gamers will be capable of go to Shinjuku after finishing missions and purchase items from idols and bands to show of their private room. Multiple places based mostly on real-life Tokyo like Shinjuku, Akihabara or Shibuya are portrayed in surreal neon-drenched variations, establishing a weird world crammed with craziness and madness.
The product’s aim is to mix Japanese and Western design concepts right into a wild mixture of fast-paced motion and fever-dreamish exploration of Tokyo, in response to the official web site announcement. Players can now add Tokyo Underground Killer to their Wishlist on Steam, and comply with the developer on Twitter for extra updates.