Redout: Space Assault Launches on PC

TL;DR: Take flight in the new arcade space shooter based in the award-winning Redout universe

by | Jan 23, 2021 | 0 comments

TORINO, Italy – Jan. 22, 2021 – Italian developer 34BigThings is launching the arcade space shooter Redout: Space Assault today on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. A prequel to the award-winning futuristic racer Redout, the game will be available for $9.99.

ABOUT REDOUT

Redout: Space Assault builds on the series’ trademark lightning-fast action, high-skill gameplay, and impressive visuals while adding new weapons and spaceflight mechanics. A deep single-player career mode filled with unique story missions ensures there’s tons of adrenaline-inducing space combat to go around.

Take control of a Super Orbital Recon Fighter during the 2395 colonization of Mars. Shoot down Rebel drones and fighters, dodge enemy fire, and blast at breakneck speeds through exotic galactic locations. With fully customizable vehicles and weapon upgrades, you’ll have to outsmart, outmaneuver, overpower and outclass your opponents in the most exciting arcade space battle in the cosmos!

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Redout: Space Assault Review

Redout: Space Assault Review

The pretty graphics and fast-paced gameplay are what’s going to keep you coming back. Unfortunately, the linear gameplay means that each level pretty much plays the same. 

Redout: Space Assault Review

Redout: Space Assault Review

The pretty graphics and fast-paced gameplay are what’s going to keep you coming back. Unfortunately, the linear gameplay means that each level pretty much plays the same. 

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