3D Realms’ Bombshell Releases On January 29th, Bombshell FPS Prequel Revealed

3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment – creators of the 2013 Rise of the Triad remake – announced today the final product and pricing details for their upcoming Action-RPG shooter ‘Bombshell’ which is set to releases January 29th 2016.

3D Realms CEO Mike Nielsen said:

“We wanted to pack as much value for players into our Digital Deluxe edition as we possibly could. For a few extra bucks, you’re getting a bad-ass soundtrack, a hi-res digital art book, BETA access to a nostalgia-inducing Bombshell FPS Prequel game, and more.”

Bombshell is a digital-exclusive title that will MSRP in the U.S. at $34.99, with the Bombshell Digital Deluxe Edition MSRP at $39.99. Bombshell will launch globally on PC via Steam and GOG.com on January 29th.

Bombshell – Digital Deluxe Edition includes:

The Official Bombshell Soundtrack by Andrew Hulshult (digital copy), digital art book & world map overviews, and early BETA access to the Bombshell FPS Prequel, a retro-style first-person shooter that will be sold separately in 2016.

Bombshell FPS Prequel:

Follow the events leading up to Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison’s explosive encounter with Professor Jadus Heskel that cost her her arm, her squad, and her reputation in a retro-style first-person shooter – built in the classic 90’s era Build Engine known from Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior. Then head online for some oldschool competitive multiplayer, Bombshell-style! PC gamers get early access to the BETA when you purchase the Bombshell Digital Deluxe Edition on Steam or GOG.com.

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