STRAFE, action-packed retro first-person shooter, delayed until May 9th

Devolver has announced that Pixel Titans’ action-packed retro first-person shooter, STRAFE, has been delayed until May 9th. STRAFE was originally meant to be released this month, on March 28th. Devolver has not commented yet on why STRAFE has been delayed.

STRAFE is described as a roguelike first-person shooter that’s pushing the limits of computer-generated photorealism and hardcore sci-fi action into unimaginable territory.

In STRAFE, players simply grab a gun, teleport into a unique level set, and paint the walls red, with ÜBER-GORE technology that allows for ludicrously persistent gibs.


STRAFE - May 9 Release Date

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