Journey to the 1930s with co-op shooter Strange Brigade

Matt Sayer 8 June 2017 NEWS

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Rotten mummies, ancient crypts, and supernatural mysteries await you in this old-timey adventure.

Having cut its teeth on co-operative shooters with the Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army games, British studio Rebellion is heading even further into the past with Strange Brigade, a supernatural safari adventure coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in the near future.

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Set in the 1930s, Strange Brigade will put you in command of one of four superpowered explorers as you forge your way through the ruins of forgotten civilisations, delve into foreboding tombs, and fight all manner of mythological monsters unleashed by a reborn Egyptian witch queen. With a delightfully old-timey presentation and the promise of large-scale monster battles, Strange Brigade looks like a refreshing change of pace from the military- and sci-fi-themed co-op shooters we usually see.

Rebellion will be showing off Strange Brigade at E3 2017, so stay tuned here at finder.com.au for more info soon.

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