Free URAGUN Demo Allows You to Defend Barcelona From Swarms of Self-Aware Robots
Warsaw-based developer and publisher Kool2Play has some exciting news for all fans of top-down shooters, as their upcoming Uragun has received a free demo version — and it's now available on PC (only via Steam).
In the newly released demo, you have a chance to defend the beautiful capital of Catalonia from swarms of self-aware machines. You see, the game's world has become a war zone, besieged by deadly robots — and you and your mech are the last hope of humanity and its devastated cities, including New York and Warsaw.
According to the team, the trial also allows you to learn more about Uragun's combo system and the mech's abilities and skills, such as the useful Hammerjump, Minefield, Orbital Strike and the explosive Killing Dash.
It's worth remembering that Kool2Play's biggest project to date is supposed to make its PC debut at some point this year, so it's safe to say that its release date will be officially announced sooner rather than later. As a reminder, the action-packed title will also arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2021.
Although it's speculation on our part, chances are that Uragun will be showcased at this week's gamescom — which will be an exclusively online experience for the first time due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Uragun is a hardcore top-down shooter with a pinch of tactical combat. The player must outsmart and outshoot hostile swarms of AI-controlled machines. The levels’ designs reflect the layouts of various real-life major cities from across the world. The game allows players to take control of a heavily armed mech suit tasked with eliminating waves upon waves of super smart AI bots swarming the streets of Barcelona, New York, Warsaw and more.
Uragun is coming to PC (via Steam) in Q3 2020, will arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2021.
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