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Twin-Stick, Rogue-lite Shooter ‘Neurovoider’ Coming Soon to Consoles

Developer Flying Oak Games has something special in store for console owners this month. Those with a PS4 will be able to get their hands on Neurovoider–a twin-stick, rogue-lite, RPG shooter–come March 14th. If you prefer to play it on the Xbox One, however, you’ll have to wait until the 17th comes around.

Check out the trailer above! Neurovoider is currently available for PC via Steam, which is getting a hefty update on March 10th to include everything packaged with the console versions. Here’s a quick rundown about what’s in the update:

  • New “Glitched” Weapon Type (purple items):
    • 15 new weapons more powerful than gold items
    • Glitched items will only appear in level with 5+ loot bars (tips: use stats reboot to increase the chance)
    • Glitched items can’t be boosted (as they’re already quite powerful)
  • New Environments:
    • The Graveyard
    • The Metaverse (exclusive to special levels, which don’t spawn with other environment anymore)
  • New Skills:
    • I’ve Got the Power: glitched weapons are more likely to drop, but any other item is more likely to be less
    • Hard Reset: rebooting levels costs more, but yields better levels
    • Snikt!: destroying robots with a melee weapon gives back some HP
    • Hyper Activity: increases the movement speed of all players
  • Twice the Boss Variations (with new weapons)
  • New Achievements:
    • Loot a glitched weapon
    • Equip 2 glitched weapons
    • Visit the graveyard
    • Finish a swarm level
    • Finish a super elite level
    • Finish a pitch-black level
    • Beat the game with the hardcore skill

You can check out more details on the game here.

 

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