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Microsoft Xbox Store has leaked Necromunda: Hired Gun, first details & screenshots

It appears that Microsoft Xbox Store has just leaked a new first-person shooter game, Necromunda: Hired Gun. Necromunda: Hired Gun is being developed by Streum On Studio, will be published by Focus Home Interactive, and you can find below its first details and screenshots.

According to the store, Necromunda: Hired Gun will be a single-player first-person shooter in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Players will be able to ugrade and fight alongside their loyal cyber-mastiff. Players will also be able to upgrade, advance, and level up as they collect bounties. Additionally, the game will offer endless weapon and augment customisation.

Here is its description according to the store.

“Navigate an ocean of crime and corruption to balance the bloody ecosystem of Necromunda as a merciless hired gun. The money’s good, the dog’s loyal, and the gun’s reliable – but can you survive the hunt? Necromunda: Hired Gun is an indie violent, and thrilling FPS that takes place in the darkest reaches of Warhammer 40,000’s most infamous hive city.

For the right price, eliminate the most notorious gangers and mutants. Your armory is a sprawling arsenal. You can enhance your body with a dozen customizable augments to run on walls and leap over chasms. Furthermore, your cyber-mastiff will sniff out and kill enemies for you, while your grappling hook allows quick, agile traversal of the massive environments.”

Lastly, here are the first official screenshots for it!

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