FPS fans may be interested to know that Trepang2 has launched today on PC and is now available for purchase on GOG and Steam which offers an FPS inspired by the first person shooters released in the early 2000’s.
We can’t believe we’re finally typing these words. What a rollercoaster ride it has been for the developers here at Trepang Studios. Thank you for your endless support and determination in helping us see Trepang2 through to release, we absolutely appreciate each and every one of you.
Trepang2 is a blood-soaked love letter to first-person shooters from the early 2000s. This journey features the world of bullet-fueled mayhem and the carnage you’d expect – but there are also shocking truths. The malevolent Silicon Valley HORIZON is experimenting with truly unimaginable things that you must uncover. It is your duty to deal with these alien-like otherworldly enemies and destroy them.”
“Please feel free to share your views with us, we are very excited to hear what you think of your journey to destruction with the relentless Subject 106. Enjoy the carnage. Enjoy scolding those who have the gumption to handle your abilities; your unwavering, unwavering focus on getting the job done.”
SUPERIOR ACTION: Immerse yourself in a bullet-riddled world of death and destruction and test your combat skills against thousands of highly trained Special Forces agents, cultists, and otherworldly, blood-seeking enemies.
Explosive Campaign and Horde Mode: Play through an exciting campaign and uncover a deadly supernatural conspiracy, or face waves of ruthless special ops forces and see how long you can survive
Become an Enhancer: Master an arsenal of game-changing superhuman abilities including time distortion, invisibility, superhuman speed, and otherworldly strength to dominate your enemies
Brutal Melee Fighting: Pulverise enemies in close quarters combat and take what’s left in fast-paced firefights. Swipe, kick, slide and chain combos together to crush enemies into dust. “
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