Phantom Fury, an Ion Fury sequel, has been announced for Nintendo Switch

Phantom Fury, an Ion Fury sequel, has been announced for Nintendo Switch ...

Slipgate Ironworks and 3D Realms announced Phantom Fury, a follow-up to Ion Fury, at this year's Realms Deep showcase.

Shelly 'Bombshell' Harrison was once returned, but it now lies in a full 3D environment. It's described as a "road movie-inspired" first-person shooter that will require players to use Shelly's bionic arm to unleash powerful abilities, solve puzzles, and explore environments.

As you go on a quest to find an artifact capable of unprecedented destruction, there'll be a lot of powerful weapons, such as armor-piercing shotguns and old favorites, such as the Loverboy revolver.

Here's a complete rundown of the PR:

Shelly recovers from a coma years after she fought against Jadus Heskel with a new friend. She awakens with a bionic arm capable of incredible feats and a new quest: track down the dangerous Demon Core, an artifact capable of unprecedented damage before villains get their hands on it.

Set off on an adrenaline-fueled journey across the United States to defeat menacing soldiers, nasty cyborgs, cruel mutants, and dangerous bosses. Blast through enemies in satisfying skirmishes in seedy Albuquerque hotels, explore abandoned facilities in Los Alamos, defend the streets of Chicago, and uncover further hidden locations along her journey.

The Phantom Furys world has a tremendous amount of interactivity. Pilot helicopters, solve environmental puzzles, hack into fully usable computers, play arcade machines and air hockey, and more. Each mission involves surprising means to interact and creatively overcome obstacles.

Slipgate Ironworks delivers. From her beloved Loverboy revolver and Bowling Bombs, you'll receive more than 20 weapons. Upgrade armaments with new fire features to unleash hell. Shelly's clever new arm is equipped with punch attacks and electric shields to face challenges on the way to the Demon Core.

At some point in 2023, this game will be released across all platforms, including the Nintendo Switch. Leave a comment below.

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