Humble Games Show Off Prodeus During The PC Gaming Show

Humble Games had a bit of a surprise during the PC Gaming Show as we got a better look at their upcoming game Prodeus. The game has been in development for a while now as it is basically a throwback to the classic games like Quake and DOOM. A first-person shooter where you are thrown head-first into the bowels of evil as you have to run and gun your way through multiple levels of enemies that have no remorse and just keep on coming until they're all eradicated. The game is being developed by the two-man team of Michael Voeller and Jason Mojica at Bounding Box Software Inc., who have mixed their talents together to bring a little nostalgia back to PC gaming. You can read all about what they've been working on below as they originally started this game up in Kickstarter and got it funded with a little extra to bring some added content to the game. The game is set to be released sometime in the Summer of 2020, but for now, enjoy the latest trailer.

Get ready for a throwback to FPS heaven with Prodeus, courtesy of Humble Games.
Get ready for a throwback to FPS heaven with Prodeus, courtesy of Humble Games.

Prodeus is the first person shooter of old, re-imagined using modern rendering techniques. It reaches the quality you expect from a AAA experience while adhering to some of the aesthetic technical limits of older hardware.

Our Art Style:

  • High Quality 3D Retro Aesthetic
  • A focus on over the top visual effects.
  • Awesome dismemberment system
  • Infinite blood (go crazy, paint the walls red!)

Prodeus Gameplay:

  • Fast pace action
  • Hellish destruction
  • Dynamic Soundtrack
  • Visceral and engaging combat scenarios
  • Heavy duty weaponry
  • A multitude of secrets to discover

Replayability:

  • Continuous support
  • User generated content
  • Easy to use Level Editor

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