Indie game developer Mommy’s Best Games announces a new twist on the classic run and gun genre with Weapon of Choice DX coming to Xbox One, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, and Nintendo Switch.
Weapon of Choice DX is a high-energy, side-scroller with a unique playable characters each with their own special weapon! Blast insane aliens, find new player characters, and choose between branching paths! The DX version improves on the award-winning XBLIG hit with difficulty rebalancing, a new widescreen layout, and uprezzed 4K art.
The world is being taken over by gene-combining beings from beyond the stars!
Hideous new creatures are popping up everywhere, and it’s up to the Solus Operatives to grab their unique weapons and split some disgusting alien skulls!
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September Release with Pre-Order Available Now
On September 2nd, Weapon of Choice DX will be available in the Americas and Europe on Playstation 5 and Playstation 4, and Nintendo Switch. The Xbox One version will support a worldwide release.
The Xbox One version is available for pre-order now. The Nintendo Switch pre-order will start on July 21st.
Key Features in 4K:
Choice is your Weapon! Play through non-linear levels and make dynamic in-level branch decisions!
Each playable character has their own special weapon two fire modes!
Rescue unique playable characters and add to total number of playable lives!
Experience Death Brushing Unlike traditional one-hit kill games, you have a chance to get out of a tight spot.
Reap revenge for your downed Operatives with the Vengeance Missile!
Scale walls and attack from anywhere with the automated Spiderpack!
Replay to experience different storylines with completely distinct endings!
Rock out to original music with a heavy metal guitar soundtrack!
Remastered for 4K resolution, in wide-screen format, at 60 fps!