Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition gets itself a new trailer focusing on the story.
Bulletstorm originally came out in 2011 and was developed by People Can Fly, and Epic Games. It was picked up and published by EA and is now heading back to release under the new name, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition. This is a remastered version of the game, and players that pre-order the title will get free access to the Duke Nukem DLC, allowing players to play the entire campaign as Duke.
The remaster is exactly as you’d expect, while it doesn’t offer much gameplay wise, combat moves, or cutscenes, it is in fact focused on the graphical and audio improvements. The textures have been improved to HD textures, and the models have been updated. Everything can now be at a 4K resolution with a smoother frame rate. The audio has been remastered, and the lighting system has been improved, bringing even more ambience to the levels.
Gameplay wise, there is Bulletstorm: Full Clip Editions’ Skillshot system that rewards players for executing creative and deadly kills. Overkill Campaign mode, unlocked after completing the single player campaign, will crank up the campaign with more weapons and skillshots. There are six new levels for Echo Challenge Maps, and the co-op team-challenge Anarchy mode allows levelling up and work towards unlocking weapon skins, leash types, and character customisations.
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition will be arriving on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April the 7th 2017. The new story mode trailer is below
Source: Bulletstorm Website