Blue Manchu's distinctive strategy shooter Void Bastards is officially heading to PS4 and Switch in just a few weeks.
Void Bastards, the indie first-person shooter by Blue Manchu, has been rated for Nintendo Switch, just a few months after being rated for PS4 by ESRB.
If you need a reason to return to the beautiful world of Void Bastards, you just got one in the form of free content coming soon.
Void Bastards and its gorgeous art style will be coming to a platform near you on May 29.
Microsoft announced ID@Xbox Game Pass, a livestream that will show off upcoming indie games like Afterparty, today.
Void Bastards Interview — Blue Manchu Discusses BioShock and System Shock 2 Influence, Inspirations, and X018
DualShockers recently talked with Blue Manchu's Jonathan Chey about Void Bastards, discussing the influence of games like BioShock and System Shock 2, X018, and much more!
Developer Blue Manchu was actually surprised by the comparisons between Void Bastards' art style and that of Ubisoft's XIII.
While Void Bastards may seem like a roguelike at first glance, Blue Manchu explained why they wouldn't use that term to describe its PC and Xbox One game.
Void Bastards developer Blue Manchu talked to DualShockers about the lessons learned from Jonathan Chey's previous work on BioShock and System Shock 2.
Void Bastards developer Blue Manchu talked to DualShockers about the game, revealing that colorblindness can actually be a character trait.
During Inside Xbox's X02018 livestream earlier today, developer Blue Manchu and Jonathan Chey announced their new game Void Bastards.