London Games Festival has announced the inclusion of the upcoming rhythm shooter ROBOBEAT in its High Energy category. This exciting announcement comes from Kwalee, a UK games publisher, and Simon Fredholm, a talented developer from Sweden. ROBOBEAT will be showcased during the festival, which will be held from March 29 to April 9, 2023, alongside at least 30 other titles from around the world.
ROBOBEAT’s demo version is exclusively available to members of its Discord community until the end of May. Gamers can experience the game’s fast-paced action and challenging gameplay mechanics, including shooting, wall-running, sliding, and bunny hopping, all in sync with the beat! Players can choose from various tracks to suit their playstyle and maximize their damage.
The name of the game here is player preference, and we’re excited to see the new innovative mechanics the game can bring to the rhythm genre. The game’s roguelite rhythm shooter format features procedurally generated levels and a symphony of modifications that can be added to your arsenal of finely-tuned weapons. Check out some gameplay footage in the trailer below:
As we eagerly await ROBOBEAT’s release on PC in 2023, keep up to date with the latest news in the ROBOBEAT Discord channel or follow along on the ROBOBEAT Steam Page.
Kwalee is a multi-award-winning games publisher and developer based in Leamington Spa, UK, and publishes a growing catalog of PC and console titles, including Eternal Hope & Scathe, along with the upcoming titles Die By The Blade and Wildmender.
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