wanted dead game

If you’re in the market for a bone crushing, sci-fi based third person action adventure, you could certainly do worse than chuck Wanted: Dead onto your hit list.

Announced by 110 Industries (yep, they also behind Vengeance Is Mine), Wanted Dead has been delivered with a new trailer attached; one that gives players a first look at the John Wick-esque mix of complex melee combat and exhilarating shooting that will unfold when it releases on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC.

A high-octane third-person action game, Wanted: Dead is coming to next-gen consoles and PC, with it featuring spectacular melee combat and exciting gunplay. You can see this for yourself in the new teaser trailer, as it offers a peek at a dark and dangerous version of sci-fi Hong Kong where you will need sharpened skills to survive.

In Wanted: Dead, players assume the role of Lt. Hannah Stone, leader of the “Zombie Squad”, an elite team who work outside the purview of the traditional police force. Taking inspiration from the likes of Devil May Cry and Bayonetta, a deep combat system will give you the opportunity to take on enemies up-close and personal, or engage with guns from a distance, with cool slow-motion sequences, and a limb-severing mechanic that changes enemy attack patterns adding style and substance to combat encounters.

But it’s not all about the madness and offering a change of pace to Wanted: Dead’s adrenaline-pumping combat, non-combat sections is the chance for Lt. Stone to chill at the HQ to consume food and drinks for buffs gives the game intriguing variety, as well as offering players the chance to soak in more of its rich lo-tech sci-fi world.

“Our latest trailer gives a glimpse of Wanted: Dead in glorious motion and we can’t wait to share more about the deep combat systems that underpin that breathtaking action”, said Founder and Creative Director at 110 Industries, Sergei Kolobashkin.

Grab the trailer and let us know what you think.

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