NVIDIA Showcases Bombshell’s GameWorks Enhanced Effects
NVIDIA has released a new video showcasing the GameWorks enhanced effects of Bombshell. Featuring an action RPG experience with explosive action, enhanced by NVIDIA's HBAO+, PhysX and Turbulence technologies. You can view the detailed video below.
Bombshell provides an explosive action RPG experience enhanced by NVIDIA HBAO+, PhysX and Turbulence technologies
Bombshell comes from the creators of 2013’s Rise of the Triad, providing an isometric action role-playing experience for the PC and PlayStation 4. Bombshell puts players in the role of Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, a Bomb Disposal Specialist turned mercenary for hire, across 4 planets in an Unreal Engine-powered galactic adventure to rescue the president from an apocalyptic alien threat.
History in the Breaking
Be part of Bombshell's debut as she fights to save the president and her people from a maniac's mechanical monstrosity.
Brave New Worlds
Traverse the dying world of Kyrron as it's consumed by its neighboring sun, discover the secrets of a civilization frozen in time on the distant world of Zeroth and travel to the epitome of technology -- a villain's vision which threatens to consume all that exists.
Robot-Armed and Dangerous
Shell, shock and shatter your way through vicious, bloodthirsty predators, an augmented alien species, and the remnants of an ancient race re-animated, with more than 10 weaponized arm modifications.
Fierce finishing moves and interactive environments make Bombshell as dynamic as she is deadly.
Brilliantly brutal isometric shooting layered with classic role-playing mechanics, including experience points, upgrades, side quests, and non-linear levels. All with a twist of first-person shooter mechanics.
What Are You Lookin' At?
Yeah, she has a robot arm. Deal with it.
Bombshell has a 2015 planned release date for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We will bring you any new information as soon as it becomes available.
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