Perfect World’s co-op survival shooter Remnant: From the Ashes gets an August 20 release date

    
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You would think that extradimensional eldritch-looking horror beasts would have traveled the multiverse enough to be better prepared for the development of modern firearms. Their ineptitude will be your gain, however, as the co-op multiplayer shooter Remnant: From the Ashes will be making its way to PS4, Xbox One, Steam, and the Arc launcher this coming this Tuesday, August 20th.

The announcement comes by way of a swish new trailer, which provides a little more narrative framing for why you’d want to team up with other people and fire weapons at all sorts of mythical horrors. As we covered in July of last year, Remnant: From the Ashes lets you team up with three other players to face off against some nasty looking bosses through procedurally generated levels. The game also promises plenty of customization to build the monster shooter of your dreams by way of gear and weapon crafting and character progression.

Pre-orders for this bit of horror shooting fun are currently available if one is so moved, while the aforementioned story trailer is below. You can also take a look at what our own Larry thought of the game in this hands-on impressions piece for more.

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mpandu.nky

This looks really good. Gameplay looks smooth. Art style looks unique. Boss fights look dynamic. I loved Vermintide 2 and if Remnants has randomized maps that might crank replayability up some more.

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partiesplayin

With the screen shots I seen of this game several weeks ago I thought it was going to be an RPG, this might be coming off my wish list now 🙁

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PurpleCopper

Seems interesting, but my biggest gripe with looter shooters is the replay value. By nature of the genre, you’ll be grinding alot. The grind better be fun.

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mpandu.nky

They’ve got randomized maps. That might set them apart from Vermintide & L4D.

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3dom

Suddenly, every gaming company felt the need to have an online third-person co-op shooter. We are in the golden age of gaming – or very close to it, anyway.

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silverlock

I might play that for the seven days before classic.