Epic have released another trailer detailing yet more skillshot kills from their insane FPS Bulletstorm. See below for the video, showing off the 'Burn', the 'Juggler' and the, uh, 'Gang Bang'.
It's the sweariest, goriest slice of Bulletstorm footage yet, but the latest trailer shows of everything that promises to be great about the insane shooter. Quad barrelled shotguns, man eating plants, dinosaurs and gratuitous killshots all star in the latest trailer, embedded below.
Epic Games have confirmed to Big Download that Bulletstorm will support Nvidia's 3D Vision system, and that the PC version will be the only one supporting 3D technology.
PC gamers with access to an Nvidia GeForce graphics card, the 3D Vision kit and a 3D capable monitor will be able to play Epic's insane shooter in brain-bending 3D-o-vision come February 22.
Developer Cliff Bleszinski may be living in hope that this PC exclusive feature could cheer up PC gamers after he made them 'grumpy' by tweeting that the Bulletstorm demo would only be available on consoles.
So does this make up for the lack of a PC demo? Let us know in the comments.
Of all the games coming out this year, it's likely that none will be as mental as Epic's upcoming shooter, Bulletstorm. The good news is that you won't need an especially powerful PC to run the game. You'll find the full minimum and recommended system requirements for the game listed below.
We've already seen still images of the colossal rolling Death Wheel in the completely mental shooter, Bulletstorm, but we hadn't seen it in motion, until now. Amazingly, the clip of a 100 foot tall bladed wheel carving up the landscape isn't the stand out moment. That'll be the giant lizard. More absurd violence and spectacular trick shots await in the latest trailer, embedded below.
If you don't remember Bulletstorm, it's the game with the huge electro whip and the gun that fires cannonballs. It's a frenzied first-person splatterfest that dishes out points for every ridiculous kill. In motion, it's so manic that it's hard to notice how good the game looks, but as the shiny new screens reveal below, the game is looking incredible.
Epic Games have been highlighted as potential buyers for APB, the massively multiplayer shooter from recently bankrupt Dundee studio Realtime Worlds. APB was built upon Epic’s Unreal engine, and their Vice President and co-founder Mark Rein even helped present APB at 2009's Penny Arcade Expo. When asked if Epic had plans to buy APB, spokesperson Dana Cowley didn't say no. Her quote's below.