Severed Steel developer Greylock Studio is eager to add another trailer. Which is all available in the deluge of videos coming out of E3. Featured as part of the Future Games Show. The Severed Steel ‘Bullet Ballet’ trailer offers another teasing look at the stylish shooting action. Since this is what players can expect to enjoy when the game launches later this year. Due to arrive for Windows PC, but also in testing for Linux. Having played a test build myself.
The Severed Steel demo features 5x campaign levels. This also includes 5x arcade levels, and a variety of weapons to try out. Plus a selection of game modifying ‘mutators’ to sample. A brand new Severed Steel demo is also now available from the Future Games Show event page. The parkour action FPS Demo is out for Windows PC Demo. So you can check it out via Proton.
Severed Steel – ‘Bullet Ballet’ Trailer
Severed Steel is a single-player FPS featuring a fluid stunt system. This also incudes destructible voxel settings. There loads of bullet time, and a unique one armed protagonist. Since it’s you, your trigger finger, and a steel toed boot. While you go up against a super structure full of bad guys. Chain together wall runs, dives, flips, and slides. All due to take every last enemy down. And this is crazy good fun on Linux.
- A unique fighter: Play as Steel, a nimble, one armed sharp shooter on a mission. There is no reloading in Severed Steel. Just pick your shots well and be ready to pry a loaded weapon from your enemies’ cold dead hands
- Stylish combat: Dodge bullets, leap off walls, slide kick, throw weapons. You do whatever it takes to come out on top in intense and frenzied firefights
- Fully destructible environment: Pepper through plaster with sharp 4.7 mm rounds, punch through thick concrete with .50 cal slugs, or make big holes in things with your arm cannon
- Dynamic AI: No two battles are the same thanks to dynamic, unscripted, squad based AI
Severed Steel parkour action FPS is due to release on Steam later this year. While Windows PC is already confirmed, a Linux build is in testing. Fingers crossed for Greylock Studio development. Make sure to Wishlist the game on Steam.