Publishers 3D Realms and Interplay, and developer Slipgate Ironworks have announced Kingpin: Reloaded, a remaster of a 1999-released first-person shooter Kingpin: Life of Crime. It will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in 2020.
Here is an overview of a game, around a Steam page:
In a stylized noir art deco gangland that never was, a Kingpin manners above all else with a bloody fist. When his major Nikki Blanco leaves a no-name Thug smashed and broken, a pretender rapist rises from a reservoir of blood, lead siren in palm and punish in mind.
Kingpin: Reloaded brings new life to a Quake II engine classic. 4K resolution, ultrawide support, and softened graphics in Enhanced mode capacitate a beautifully-depicted civil calamity shine. Controller support creates a diversion some-more permitted for anyone who wants to try a inlet of Kingpin’s depravity. Overall improvements like new query and review systems make Reloaded even improved than a original.
Stalk lamp-lit streets and take down opposition gangs to let a Kingpin know his finish is nigh. Kingpin’s immersive sim elements concede a Thug to partisan other gangsters with a review system. Increase a Thug’s change by mixed hub-based missions. Run with a squad on a aroused warpath with upgradeable weapons including Tommy guns, bazookas, and more. Location-based repairs leads to bloody, stirring battles: kneecap, maim, or go for a head.
If that sounds too extreme, try No Violence mode. However, a “colorful” denunciation proudly used by Kingpin’s gangsters remains. Lean even serve into that epoch and start fragging in Gang Bang mode’s old-school multiplayer.
Kingpin: Reloaded includes a operation of new features:
- Re-balanced and discriminating gameplay.
- New query system.
- Ultrawide and 4K support.
- Classic and Enhanced modes.
And so most more!
Watch a proclamation trailer below. View a initial screenshots during a gallery. Visit a central website here.