Dusk from New Blood Interactive is Getting Console Versions, New Game Plus and…Bacon-Scented Soap
The '90s-styled retro shooter Dusk will be heading to consoles in the future and getting its own bacon soap. Yes, you read that right.
Known for its retro visuals and shooter gameplay that harkens back to the ’90s era of classics like DOOM and Wolfenstein, Dusk from New Blood Interactive took off on its own this past December with the game’s official release, and now fans of the over-the-top shooter appear to have much more to look forward to on the horizon.
Dusk producer Dave Oshry detailed several new features and announcements for Dusk on the three-year anniversary of the game’s reveal, after thanking fans for their continued support of the game.
After the game’s official launch and strong reception on PC this past December, Oshry revealed that console ports and versions of the game for Mac and Linux are on the way, though no specific console platforms were detailed at this time.
In addition, Oshry also revealed that plenty of new features for the game are being developed, such as new language localizations, SDK and Steam Workshop integration, co-op multiplayer, and a New Game Plus option.
Alongside those updates, a “Big Box Physical Collector’s Edition” is also in the works at this time, which seems to include an option for fans that want something crazy and inspired by the game that also want to smell nice: Dusk bacon-scented soap.
Dusk is available now on PC, with Mac, Linux, and console versions of the title also on the way.