PS4, Xbox One get space shooter Strike Suit Zero in March
Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut will feature improved graphics and the Heroes of the Fleet DLC. PC version coming this spring.
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Developer Born Ready Games has announced Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut is headed to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in March for $20.
First released in 2013 on PC, Strike Suit Zero is a space combat shooter that lets you pilot a ship that can stop on a dime and transform into a nimble mech with increased firepower.
The Director’s Cut restructures the campaign’s story and dialogue to get you into the Strike Suit much earlier. The game also received a graphical overhaul, with upscaled ships, updated textures, and improved lighting. It will include the Heroes of the Fleet DLC, which adds five more missions, and both the Marauder and Raptor Strike Suits.
Born Ready currently has no plans to create a console version of the game’s standalone, wave-based challenge mode, Strike Suit Infinity.
Born Ready Games said that the PC version of Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut will come to Steam and GOG later this spring. Players who own the original Strike Suit Zero will be offered a cheaper “upgrade path” to the Director’s Cut.
Our review of Strike Suit Zero for the PC found it to be one of the most thrilling, inventive, and fascinating space combat sims in recent memory.
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