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Top-down twin-stick shooter Crimsonland is coming to PS4 July 15, developer 10tons announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

“It’s not a complicated game,” 10tons PR coordinator Jaakko Maaniemi describes in the post. “You play this Trooper guy. Aliens, giant spiders, zombies, and other monsters start coming at you from every direction. You shoot them, but more keep coming. Soon enough you’ll be running. Just when you think you’re dead, you get some awesome powerups and wipe the screen clear in [a] few seconds, and it feels great. But an even bigger horde is already coming right at you.”

According to Maaniemi, the PS4 version touts new HD assets, additional content and “design tweaks,” but otherwise remains the same “immensely satisfying” game as it was in its humble beginnings as a popular student project. Crimsonland otherwise contains 30 weapons, 55 perks, 60 missions across the main campaign (which supports single and 2-4 player local co-op), and five survival gameplay modes.

Crimsonland arrived on Windows PC through Steam last month, on June 11.

Top-down twin-stick shooter Crimsonland coming to PS4 July 15

By | 07/1/2014 01:05 PM PT

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Top-down twin-stick shooter Crimsonland is coming to PS4 July 15, developer 10tons announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

“It’s not a complicated game,” 10tons PR coordinator Jaakko Maaniemi describes in the post. “You play this Trooper guy. Aliens, giant spiders, zombies, and other monsters start coming at you from every direction. You shoot them, but more keep coming. Soon enough you’ll be running. Just when you think you’re dead, you get some awesome powerups and wipe the screen clear in [a] few seconds, and it feels great. But an even bigger horde is already coming right at you.”

According to Maaniemi, the PS4 version touts new HD assets, additional content and “design tweaks,” but otherwise remains the same “immensely satisfying” game as it was in its humble beginnings as a popular student project. Crimsonland otherwise contains 30 weapons, 55 perks, 60 missions across the main campaign (which supports single and 2-4 player local co-op), and five survival gameplay modes.

Crimsonland arrived on Windows PC through Steam last month, on June 11.

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