Kalypso Media today announced a publishing deal with developer Flying Wild Hog to release an expanded and exclusive retail edition of their cyberpunk First-Person Shooter, Hard Reset, to UK retail in March 2012. Hard Reset: Extended Edition for Windows PC will drop players into a dark dystopian cyberpunk world where they’ll enjoy frantic FPS styled gameplay combined with upgradable weapons, insane boss fights, physics-based combat and an intense new storyline.
Simon Hellwig, Global Managing Partner of Kalypso Media said:
“We are very pleased to work with Flying Wild Hog to bring such an exciting and innovative title to our customers. The team at Flying Wild Hog is known for crafting excellent experiences, and we are pleased to expand our catalogue of games with Hard Reset: Extended Edtion.”
In the only remaining human city of Bezoar, Major Fletcher, an Army Combat Veteran, is dragged into a conflict between two of mankind’s greatest enemies. He is to discover that nothing is what it seems to be.
Hard Reset: Extended Edition is an action-packed, single-player shooter for Windows PC. With over-the-top destruction, loads of enemies, incredible weapon variety and a beautifully realised cyberpunk setting, Hard Reset: Extended Edition takes classic FPS gaming and cranks it up to all new levels.
Features of Hard Reset: Extended Edition include:
-A fast-paced, “old school” styled FPS
-Experience-based weapons upgrade system
-Five new levels (adding approximate two hours of gameplay to the original game)
-Four new enemies, one new boss character
-Updated graphics engine
-Additional gameplay elements
-Two new levels for survival mode
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