Hey look, there’s another trailer dropping during Gamescom week – but this one is a bit good as it highlights no less than seven reasons why the Redux version of Rogue Trooper will be well worth a play!

Rebellion have today released the latest trailer for Rogue Trooper Redux, and it details the seven reasons why you should be playing the upcoming remaster. With a BAFTA nominated story, remastered visuals, iconic characters, tactical combat, a new dynamic cover system, new control system and – most importantly – new difficulty modes and achievements, if you enjoyed what Rogue Trooper brought you all those years ago, then you should be very excited about the Redux edition.

• BAFTA-nominated story: An authentic adaptation of the famous 2000 AD sci-fi comic, composed of war, betrayal and revenge…
• Remastered visuals: Stunning high definition, totally remodelled characters, weapons & vehicles, new special effects and more!
• Iconic comic book characters: Fan favourites including Gunnar, Venus Bluegenes and the Traitor General feature, now complete with remastered models.
• Timeless tactical combat: With a wealth of stealth, tactical and firepower options, play through the campaign your way!
• New dynamic cover system: Adapted for modern gaming, you can now slip into cover more seamlessly to take down Norts!
• New gamepad controls: Streamlined for 2017, the new layout will feel instantly familiar to this generation’s gamers.
• New difficulty modes and achievements: Newcomers can now take “Easy” mode for a spin. For a REAL challenge, try “Legend” mode – AND chase new achievements on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Have a watch of the trailer right down below.

Rogue Trooper Redux will come in with a £19.99 / $24.99 / €24.99 price point, promising a thrilling story campaign and dedicated online modes when it releases on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come October 17th 2017. It’ll be hitting Nintendo Switch soon after.

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