Biart Company, an independent development studio announced today that its science-fiction, third-person shooter Deep Black: Reloaded is locked and loaded and coming to PC on March 1st through digital download portals. Featuring 40 single player missions across land and water, Deep Black: Reloaded is set in a desolate near future of global terrorism and espionage as players become involved in a desperate fight for world supremacy and the possession of a sophisticated biological weapon.
In addition, the company has released the game’s demo that can be downloaded from here.
In Deep Black: Reloaded players take to the murky depths armed with a wrath of underwater equipment from a specialized underwater suit with jet pack and integrated harpoon to near future high-tech equipment in pursuit of terrorist enemy combatants. With the majority of the game play taking place below the water’s surface, action-adventure fans will need to master new skills to fight hostile enemies and infiltrate enemy bases.
Set in the near future, Deep Black: Reloaded is a complex science-fiction mystery mixing espionage and bio-terror as players become involved in a desperate fight for world supremacy and possession of a sophisticated dooms day biological weapon.
The PC version is compatible with NVIDIA 3D VISION for the ultimate underwater experience and can be controlled using the Razer Hydra controller. Developed using Biart Company’s proprietary tech biEngine Deep Black will be coming Microsoft Xbox 360 (XBLA) and Sony Playstation 3 (Sony Entertainment Network) through 505 Games later in 2012.
Those interested can pre-order the game from here.
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