RoboCop Rogue City: 20-30 Hours Long With Multiple Endings, Pacifist Options, Investigations, and More; New Gameplay Shoots Out

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New gameplay footage and early impressions for Teyon’s upcoming RoboCop: Rogue City have been released, and the game looks stellar! Key takeaways from the video include RoboCop: Rogue City being set between RoboCop 2 and 3. The game’s campaign is roughly 20-30 hours in length, providing a substantial amount of content for the players.

The gameplay footage is a little over 10 minutes, and takes a deeper look into RoboCop: Rogue City’s content and mechanics. You can check out the gameplay and impressions for yourselves below:

RoboCop’s slow movement is also talked about in the video. This is a result of RoboCop having a pretty hefty armor. However, despite the slower pace, judging from the gameplay footage, it seems like defending yourselves from enemies should be relatively easy due to the heavy armor. Though, one can still assume that running from them will be an issue.

Another intriguing aspect mentioned in the gameplay is the emphasis on investigation. Once gamers step in the shoes of RoboCop, they conduct investigations including uncovering clues and making arrests, adding depth to the overall gameplay, going beyond just bland encounters and shooting.

There’s also an upgrade system in RoboCop: Rogue City. Players have the opportunity to customize and upgrade various skills and armor. On top of that, Rogue City features side quests, dialogue trees, and pacifist options, with multiple endings to the narrative allowing players to create a more personalized experience.

RoboCop: Rogue City is scheduled for release in September 2023 on PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and Xbox Series X|S. With its unique setting, engaging detective mechanics, and upgrade system, the game holds promise for both RoboCop fans and everyday gamers alike.

Source: IGN (YouTube)

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