Home News Serious Sam 4 Steam release date set for August

Serious Sam 4 Steam release date set for August

Serious Sam 4 is due out on Steam this August, and developer Croteam has lastly unveiled a concrete slate of information in regards to the long-in-development fourth entry within the collection. It’s going to have you ever circle-strafing backwards whereas capturing at waves of enemies, and whereas that’s par for the Serious Sam course, the brand new recreation will ratchet up the dimensions and herald new enemies and weapons to play with.

Serious Sam Four hits Steam within the month of August, and is at the moment accessible for pre-order at a worth of $39.99 / £30.99 / €33.99. A traditional Tommy Gun weapon pores and skin is included with pre-orders. A Deluxe Edition – priced at $49.99 / £32.99 / €41.99 – will get you a digital artwork guide and soundtrack, plus the Tommy Gun pores and skin should you missed out on it the primary time.

The new entry within the collection provides what the devs are calling the Legion system – mainly, a method to put hundreds upon hundreds of enemies on display screen directly at an affordable efficiency price. It appears to be a pure method to escalate the dimensions of Serious Sam with out dropping that core fast-action capturing.

Check out the debut teaser under, and a number of gameplay snippets on Steam.

Serious Sam 4 Steam release date set for August

For extra FPS video games, you’ll be able to comply with that hyperlink for a listing of nice ones – although sadly, few function headless-screaming-bomb-hand-men.

Must Read

Wasteland 3 wants you to face the consequences of your actions

In the end, our choices make us inXile Entertainment has released the third chapter of its ongoing dev diary series, pre-empting the launch of its post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 3. Following on from previous videos - which looked at the sequel's world, characters, and in-game battle mechanics - this third diary entry focuses on the difficult decisions your party will be forced to make as they pick their way through war-torn Colorado. Headed up by lead writer Nathan Long and studio head Brian Fargo, (rocking an awesome Godzilla shirt), the video looks at the moral quandaries that will face your rag-tag band of Rangers as the undertake dangerous missions ranging from reconnaissance and rescue, to salvage, exploration, espionage, and shocking acts of violence.

This streaming site shows you which Valorant streamers are playing your favorite Agent

Valorant’s only been out for a day and there are already hundreds of streamers and content creators playing it and vying for your attention. With all these options, it can be hard to figure out which streamers to watch. But a new website called Operator.gg makes that process a little easier.

I’m turning my Steam backlog into summer camp for my two kids

The last three months of this school year felt more like three years. Despite that, the kids have taken our quarantine fairly well. The 10-year-old digs Zoom now, and my six-year-old is getting pretty handy with the Wacom tablet. But summer ... summer is going to be hard. Where I live in northern Illinois, social distancing is still in effect, and will be for some time. Everything — softball, volleyball, sleep-away camp — is canceled. My kids basically can’t leave the yard. So I’ve decided to get creative: I’m turning my Steam backlog into a kind of summer camp.

Valorant’s first cinematic trailer is here alongside the game’s launch

Valorant’s launch day is here and Riot has released the game’s first ever cinematic trailer to mark the occasion.

New Total War game launching for free on the Epic Games Store

Last year, Creative Assembly and Sega announced a new game in the Total War franchise, Total War Saga: Troy. On Tuesday, the studios announced that they will launch Total War Saga: Troy exclusively onto the Epic Games Store on Aug. 13 of this year. But unlike other exclusives, players can download Total War Saga: Troy for free, to keep, for the first 24 hours of its launch.