X
X


 

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, creative director Billy Thomson offered some new details on Crackdown 2 developer Ruffian Games? upcoming 2.5D four-player co-op action game, Hollowpoint.

According to Thomson, Hollowpoint ?blends tactical and action-packed combat experiences with procedurally built levels.? And though confined to the horizontal 2D axis movement-wise, players can shift focus between the foreground and back for shooting gallery moments with enemy encounters.

And though designed for four-player co-op, complete with revival options if a partner goes down and the ability to spread out and inhabit multiple rooms at once, Hollowpoint does support solo play.

Hollowpoint was first announced during last year?s GamesScom alongside a very short teaser (seen above). Ruffian Games has yet to announce a concrete release window.

Source: PlayStation Blog

0   POINTS
0   POINTS


Creative director details Crackdown 2 dev’s upcoming 2.5D co-op side-scroller Hollowpoint

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, creative director Billy Thomson offered some new details on Crackdown 2 developer Ruffian Games’ upcoming 2.5D four-player co-op action game, Hollowpoint.

By Chris Holzworth | 04/16/2015 02:25 PM PT

News

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, creative director Billy Thomson offered some new details on Crackdown 2 developer Ruffian Games? upcoming 2.5D four-player co-op action game, Hollowpoint.

According to Thomson, Hollowpoint ?blends tactical and action-packed combat experiences with procedurally built levels.? And though confined to the horizontal 2D axis movement-wise, players can shift focus between the foreground and back for shooting gallery moments with enemy encounters.

And though designed for four-player co-op, complete with revival options if a partner goes down and the ability to spread out and inhabit multiple rooms at once, Hollowpoint does support solo play.

Hollowpoint was first announced during last year?s GamesScom alongside a very short teaser (seen above). Ruffian Games has yet to announce a concrete release window.

Source: PlayStation Blog

0   POINTS
0   POINTS