Gaming Factory S.A has today announced a new game known as Chains Of Fury, which will launch in the fourth quarter of 2020 for both PC and Nintendo Switch. The game is being jointly developed by Art Games Studio S.A and Cobble Games with Gaming Factory S.A taking on the role of publisher for the title.
Chains Of Fury is a shooter set in a distorted version of the future with a bloodthirsty mercenary as the main character. Players will be able to go at it solo or together in local multiplayer mode on the same T.V.
Mixing 1990’s shooter elements with modern ones of this time is set to ensure that the game welcomes both veterans of the genre and newcomers. A destructible environment system is also in place, with players said to be able to destroy at least 80% of walls in any given level.
“Chains of Fury in a certain sense is a tribute to the old FPS’s for their uncompromising fun and graphic novels. Among the inspiration behind Chains of Fury, I can mention the cult comic series Lobo and Hellboy as well as drawings by Mike Mignola. The gameplay itself will be intensive, brutal and bloody but of course within the limits of the slightly grotesque comic convention”says the CEO of Cobble Games and the originator of the game, Krzysztof Orzędowski.
“This will be a breath of fresh air in the FPS shooter segment. Chains of Fury in a unique way will combine the experiences known to players from games from years ago with contemporary and proven solutions. Hypnotizing comic stylistics and the wide possibilities to destroy the environment will allow players to finally receive a title that will certainly be remembered for a long time”added the CEO of Art Games Studio S.A., Jakub Bąk.
Chains Of Fury Features
- Brutal and bloody and intense gameplay;
- Comic graphics;
- An innovative environment destruction system;
- An expanded arsenal full of crazy weapons;
- 6 different worlds;
- Numerous references to classic shooters;
- Metal soundtrack;
- Multiplayer mode (with split-screen).
Set to release in Q4 of 2020 for PC and Nintendo Switch, the publisher has not ruled out the possibility of other consoles getting the game in the future.