Just Add Water and Oddworld Inhabitants have announced today that Stranger’s Wrath HD, the massive ‘high definition’ overhaul for PC is now available on Amazon and Gamefly digital stores, with GOG.com expected in January.
The re-released game is now available for download on Gamefly costing $9.99/€8.99/£7.49 as well as on Amazon and Steam for $9.99/€8.99/£7.99. To celebrate the multi-store launch, the game will be discounted 50% until Monday 26 November.
Tons of updates for the PC version include the following:
•Added 13 brand new Steam achievements. •Concept art and movie extras for completing each region of the game. •Support for new languages added. •Improved controls especially for PC. •All 84 character models have been updated with increased polygon counts and higher resolution textures. •Added difficulty levels to the game. •All environments have been given higher resolution textures. •Added Easter eggs to the game. •French and German audio has been added. •Full text translations for French, German, Italian and Spanish. •Better support for Intel chipsets. •Added new antialiasing options. •Added a new game launcher with graphics options.
Stranger’s Wrath follows the story of Stranger, a fearsome bounty hunter that captures outlaws to raise “Moolah” for a mysterious surgical procedure. After encountering the backwater town of the Grubbs, Stranger discovers that there are a few too many secrets about the past and his future as a bounty hunter.
Stewart Gilray, CEO of Just Add Water said:
“We are happy to be able to offer Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD on a wider range of PC digital platforms.”
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