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Kinetic FPS Severed Steel will be released on consoles in July 2022

Publisher Digerati and developer Greylock Studio have announced that Severed Steel will launch for consoles in July 2022.

The kinetic first-person shooter will launch on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on July 20, Nintendo Switch on July 21, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on July 22. Merge Games is bringing a physical edition to retailers this summer, for $34.99.

cut steel is available for Windows PC (via Steam, GOG and Epic Games Store) since September 2021.

Here is a new trailer:

Here is an overview of Steel cut:

Severed Steel is a single-player FPS featuring a fluid stunt system, destructible voxel environments, bullet time, and a unique one-armed protagonist. It’s you, your finger on the trigger and a steel-toed boot against a superstructure full of bad guys. Do a series of runs, dives, flips and slides on the walls to take down all the enemies.

Main characteristics

  • A unique fighter – Play as Steel, an agile, one-armed sniper on a mission. There’s no reloading – choose your shots wisely and be prepared to pull a loaded weapon out of your enemies’ cold, dead hands.
  • Stylish Combat – Dodge bullets, jump walls, slide kicks, throw weapons – do whatever it takes to prevail in intense and frantic firefights.
  • Fully destructible environment – Pepper through plaster with 4.7mm sharp rounds, punch through thick concrete with .50 caliber slugs, or blast big holes in things with your hand cannon.
  • Dynamic AI – No two battles are the same thanks to dynamic, unscripted, team-based AI.
  • Fire Fight Mode – Chase high scores and fast times for leaderboard acclaim in this arcade-style mode. Features 30 levels, each with its own sub-challenges, and over 20 “mutators” to unlock and modify the game.
  • Campaign mode – Travel through six compact story chapters as you battle against the forces of the infamous mega-corporation, EdenSys.
  • Accessibility – A range of adjustable settings for features like difficulty, visuals, audio, controls, navigation, and more.