STRAFE’s Launch Trailer Revealed a Week Ahead of its Release on PS4 and PC

on May 2, 2017 11:13 AM

Today, developer Pixel Titans and publisher Devolver Digital revealed the launch trailer for their old-school FPS, STRAFE, which is set to launch in exactly one week on the PS4 and PC.

For those that don’t know: STRAFE is a roguelike first-person shooter that has virtually no load times and infinite replay-ability thanks to randomly-generated levels that change every time you die. In the game, you play as a Scrapper, who’s said to be on an impossibly dangerous mission at the edge of the galaxy.

Here’s a rundown of the game’s core features:

  • Face Melting Speed! The blazing fast action will hit you like the blast wave of a 50 megaton thermonuclear warhead, liquefying your skin cells and rupturing your internal organs. Yet still leave you coming back for more.
  • Permanent Damage and Gibs! Uber-Gore technology means enemies explode with near never-ending fountains of blood, which never fades away. Create wicked works of death art that mark your explored territory from the unventured.
  • Endless Changing Levels! Randomly-generated levels are always different and violently unpredictable. Rooms, enemies, power ups, monster closets, and secrets move around every time you die and die and die and die!

Further, STRAFE is said to boast four unique zones, each with four levels within, and all which demand a different death-defying gameplay style. There is said to be over 30 “insane” weapons on hand, countless gun upgrade options, and 20 plus different enemies.

STRAFE will cost $19.99 USD when it launches. Below, you can check out the official launch trailer.

Additionally, you also check out and get more information on the game’s collector’s set, limited-run PS4 physical release, and special vinyl editions: here.

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