MotherGunship Getting Retail Release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
MotherGunship is set to get a retail release, thanks to distributor Sold Out, when the game releases mid 2018.
Today developer Terrible Posture Games and the publisher behind the recently released Deadcore, Grip Digital announced that they will be partnering with the distribution company Sold Out to bring their game MotherGunship to retail stores in the near future.
MotherGunship is a first-person shooter and the spiritual successor to Terrible Posture Games’ previous title Tower of Guns. While the gameplay remains pretty much the same from its predecessor, the title features a brand new crafting system, which allows players to create their own weapons.
While speaking about the physical release, Joshua Garrity, the Digital Content Manager at Sold Out Sales & Marketing, had this to say:
“This is a great title for Sold Out. With MotherGunship, you have the freedom to create whatever you want with a new modular approach to gun crafting that allows players to express themselves with millions of possible combinations. You can even strap 12 barrels to one weapon if you want. This makes for exhilarating fast and explosive gameplay, plus the game’s procedurally generated level layouts and enemy configurations ensure that it feels like a new challenge every time you play, no matter how many times you come back for more.”
About a month ago, a brand new trailer for MotherGunship was released, which showed off gameplay, as well as the previously mentioned crafting system. The title was first announced all the way back in February, when the first trailer accompanied the announcement.
Bothe the physical and digital version of MotherGunShip will launch in mid 2018 and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, as well as PC.