1930s Co-Op Shooter Strange Brigade Release Date Unveiled
Rebellion's new 1930s co-op game is coming this summer.
Strange Brigade developer Rebellion has unveiled an official release date for its co-op shooter. The game, which allows up to four players to tackle its campaign in co-op, will release August 28 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with Collector's and Digital Deluxe versions also available.
Strange Brigade puts you in the middle of an exotic and mysterious corner of 1930s Egypt. The Strange Brigade team discovers an army of mummies hell-bent on terror, and you have the power to stop them. Rebellion says the game will throw treacherous traps, puzzles, and hordes of monsters your way. The third-person shooter arms each of the four characters with their own weapons, tactics, and supernatural powers. Check out the game's latest story trailer above.
You can now pre-order Strange Brigade for $50, with all pre-orders including a free Secret Service Weapons Pack that comes with the "butter-smooth" Wilkers & White P19 pistol, the "piercingly precise" Stoudenmire 960 submachine gun, and the "punch-packing" Gehrig-Delgane S1 rifle. The Deluxe Edition, for $80, is also available for pre-order and includes the game and the Season Pass for future DLC. Rebellion is promising future content will include new campaign missions, characters, weapons, items, and more.
The Collector's Edition of Strange Brigade also comes with lots of other goodies. We don't have details yet on how to order it or how much it'll cost, but here's everything on offer:
- Strange Brigade boxed edition (PS4 and Xbox One only)
- Steelbook case
- Secret Service Weapons Pack DLC
- Airship model
- 64-page art book
- Exclusive suitcase design and sleeve
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