Hard Reset Redux Launch Trailer

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Flying Wild Hog and Gambitious Digital Entertainment have released the launch trailer for Hard Reset Redux. Launching on PlayStation 4 in North America on June 3rd and in Europe June 8, and globally on the 3rd for Xbox One and PC, Hard Reset Redux will cost $19.99 USD. No price has been provided for the other markets. Please see below for more details from the press release, followed by the trailer.

The walls of the last city have been breached. The machines, threatening to bring about the total extinction of the human race, are inches away from wiping out what’s left of the population. Can you defend the city of Bezoar, and in it, an inestimable network containing billions of digitized human minds?

Flying Wild Hog’s brutal cyberpunk FPS classic returns as Hard Reset Redux launches today globally on PC and Xbox One, and on PS4 in North America. It will be available on PS4 in all European territories on June 10th.

Owners of the original Hard Reset on Steam will receive an 85% discount when purchasing Hard Reset Redux with the same account. This discount is already available and will not expire, but will be incompatible with other Hard Reset Redux promotions. What’s more, this special offer is also available to players who purchased Shadow Warrior (2013), the epic reimagining by Flying Wild Hog, on Steam and GOG.

Hard Reset Redux comes loaded with enhanced visuals, new enemies, improvements to balance and performance, as well as an outrageously fun new weapon: the Cyber-Katana. Get up close and personal with the mechanical menaces of the future and tear through them in style. Brutal, electrifying style!

We can already hear players begging to decimate more baddies with the Cyber-Katana, which is why everyone who purchases Hard Reset Redux on Steam will also obtain the Cyber-Katana in Shadow Warrior 2 when it releases. Because sometimes you just have to switch up the shooting with some slicing.

 

Written by John Payant

John Payant

Playing games since the late 70s, before the word “gamer” even existed! PlayStation since US Day one 9-9-95. I hope I write better than I play :).

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