Wrath: Aeon of Ruin, a retro-inspired first-person shooter powered by the original Quake Engine, was first released for Nintendo's hybrid system back in 2019.
What's the latest? The "dark fantasy horror" FPS kicked off a Spring 2023 release date for PC and consoles. Alongside this announcement, was a brand new trailer showcasing a new boss and enemy, as well as new levels.
Here's a sneak peek from the development team:
"The team continues to work diligently to provide fans with the finest fleshed-out first-person shooter possible."
As the Outlander, hunt down the Guardians of the Old World. While exploring non-linear, expansive hubs, you'll wreak havoc in WRATH's visceral combat.
The first boss, the Lady of Ascension, and the Guardian of Mourningvale, are introduced in today's teaser. After collecting the five relics in the first hub, defeat the Guardian to reach Episode 2.
Although the Outlanders used to be the hunter, something new has been introduced: prowlers, obsesses that make themselves invisible in preparation for sneak attacks.
Three new weapons will allow you to defeat this new foe.
Crystallizer: a chain weapon capable of destroying many people. The alternate firing mode transforms enemies into frozen crystals that strengthen the chain ability as a conductor Lance: a long-ranged sniper that can create a forcefield Mace of devastation. The secondary fire unleashes souls in a ranged barrage.
Wrath: Aeon of Ruins will be available for $24.99 / 20,99 / 19,99 when it launches on Nintendo Switch and other platforms in Spring 2023.