Shadow Warrior‘s sequel cannot be described as your typical run-of-the-mill first person shooter. It got some big balls, proven by the gameplay video below as well.
Lo Wang doesn’t give a rat’s ass about modern shooters – he takes care of the demons with his katanas and Uzis, as well as other big guns. Flying Wild Hog‘s game has style, ambiance, and great audio. It was revealed about a year ago before the E3 rush, but it still doesn’t have a fixed release date. Perhaps the devs will start to focus fully on Shadow Warrior 2 after releasing Hard Reset Redux, probably targeting an autumn 2016 release window. Unless it shares the launch day with games like Battlefield 1, Wang should get some sales for Devolver Digital (the publisher).
We have to point out that the eleven minutes of gameplay shows the PC version of the game, but the most important things are present in this port, too – the consoles (PS4, X1) will also receive the same experience.