Gamers from across the world now have the opportunity to battle harder and further in a videogame version of Manchester. The new demo – version 0.04 – has expanded gameplay to the Deansgate area up to Beetham Tower in the city centre. This demo is now available to download from www.b-fb.net as well as indieDB.
This will be the final demo in Unreal 3, as the team are currently cramming the code base and rebuilding from the ground up in Unreal 4.
The buzz around the game created a fan base across the world, capturing the attention of major industry press including Kotaku, Total XBOX and PlayStation Universe.
However, the studio is still looking for Manchester gamers to get onboard and support their mission to make the city one of the coolest cities on earth – by playing the game.
The dystopian, northern shooter Beyond Flesh and Blood will be releasing the full version of its game in 2015.
An international community of gamers on the platform Steam approved Pixelbomb Games in 2014, garnering thousands and thousands of votes in 13 days for them to make a game all about a science-fiction version of Manchester.
Beyond Flesh and Blood
A graphically-intense nod to the 3rd person shooter genre, Beyond Flesh and Blood challenges players to blast through multiple levels of hostile scavenger forces and mutating enemy threats on a mission to help reclaim the surface of Earth – starting with dystopian Manchester.
Players jack into advanced multi-ability combat rigs, battle a range of formidable enemies and mech weapon systems across the post-apocalyptic UK city in fast-paced gameplay that will push shooter skills to the limit.
Beyond Flesh and Blood will release on PC later this year, and the studio aim to release on XBOX One and Playstation 4 in 2015.
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