New Strider Title Officially Announced, Being Developed By Double Helix

Capcom has just unveiled at Comic-Con that a new Strider game is under development and has unveiled some new details about it. This new Strider game is developed by Double Helix and will be a 2.5D Metroidvania/Shadow Complex style title. Strider will feature an upgrade system, a big interconnected map, and as you may have guessed will be a side scroller.
Capcom showcased a trailer for it during Comic-Con, so hopefully the Japanese company will release it – via its YouTube channel – sooner than later.


We’ve been aware of this Strider game for a while. Back in March, we informed you about some Steam Achievements that were leaked for a number of games. Among those games was Strider. Naturally, a lot of people wondered what that could mean, and now we know.
Capcom has also revealed that this new Strider game will be coming on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and Wii U in early 2014.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!


Strider - Announce Trailer

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