Sniper Elite Developer Rebellion Announces 1930s Adventure Strange Brigade for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Rebellion Developments announces a new IP for PS4, Xbox One, and PC called Strange Brigade, a 1930's supernatural adventure game set in a remote corner of the British Empire.

June 7, 2017

Today, England-based developer Rebellion Developments — which has made a name for itself in recent years with its Sniper Elite and Zombie Army series — announced a brand-new game called Strange Brigade.

A third-person 1930’s supernatural adventure game, Strange Bridgade is in development for PC, Xbox One, and PS4, and apparently it is coming “soon.”

Details on the self-described “rip-roaring” game are currently a bit scarce but what we do know is  that you will embark on an exotic safari into danger for 1-4 players.  In the game, you can play as one of four unique explorers, each with their own weapons, tactics, and “special superhuman powers.”

The game will apparently take place in one of the remote corners of the 1930’s British Empire “where the supernatural lurks and the shadows linger” and “where few dare go and fewer return.” Further, you will encounter grand and forgotten civilizations shrouded in mystery, uncover treacherous tombs, and test your wits against an army of mythological menaces, that have been unleashed by a resurrected Egyptian queen.

Rebellion has said more details will arrive at E3 2017. In the meanwhile, you can check out an announcement trailer which accompanied today’s news below, as well as the game’s debut screenshots:

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