Remake Of Stylish Cel-Shaded Shooter XIII debuting on Switch


Back in the year 2003, Ubisoft released the Cel-Shadow Shooter XIII on GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. Now, after a long time span of 16 years, the remake of this game is going to be released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 13th November 2019.

If you haven’t played this game before, this is a Role-Playing FPS game will be based on the first five volumes of the comic series of the same name which was launched back in 1984. These comics books were written by Jean Van Hamme with artwork by William Vance. Now this time, this game will feature 34 levels which include a solo campaign.

The remake of Cel-Shadow FPS XIII will feature a wide collection of weapons which has been carefully crafted by the makers. The remake is being handled by Microïds and PlayMagic Ltd. The basic idea behind the remake of this old series is to revive the short-life First-Person Shooting game.

“The PlayMagic team is very excited for the opportunity to remake a true classic; modernizing the graphics, sound, and animations while remaining faithful to the original ‘XIII’s’ incredible look and feel,” said Giuseppe Crugliano, CEO and creative director, PlayMagic Ltd.

More details of this remake have been shared by the developers in a Press Release which you can read below.

“‘XIII’s’ gameplay mechanics are being reworked in an effort to modernize the experience in a way that encompasses the original spirit of the game. We are sure that the fans of the original game will love rediscovering one of their all time favorites while new players discover a truly iconic masterpiece in a new light.”

In addition to this PR, a launch trailer has also been released by the developers which you can see below.

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