Published On: Wed, Apr 29th, 2020

3D Realms’ Ion Fury Brings Old-School FPS To Switch Next Month


Ion Fury will be banishment a approach onto Nintendo Switch and other platforms subsequent month, it has been confirmed.

The game, an old-school first-person shooter grown by Voidpoint, has players holding on a purpose of Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison as she takes down a cyber-cultist army of a sadistic Dr. Jadus Heskel. Published by 3D Realms – a studio behind Duke Nukem 3D, Prey, and Max Payne – it creatively launched on Steam final summer and has perceived ‘overwhelmingly positive’ user reviews.

Here’s an central description:

Tear by cyborg infantry, hulk robots and even wendigos with 8 retro-inspired weapons. Dual-wield Penetrator SMGs with agitator ammunition to whip foes, wreak massacre with a Disperser with possibly shotgun shells or barter in grenade rounds, or pitch a Clusterpuck into a room and undo everyone.

Utilizing a same Build engine behind a strange Duke Nukem 3D, Ion Fury offers a dear feel of ‘90s shooters. Seamlessly integrated complicated facilities embody headshots, environmental interaction, softened physics, auto-saves, and widescreen functionality. Ion Fury’s matrimony of both styles provides both a genuine introduction to classical FPS games and a estimable further to a genre as a whole, as evidenced by winning IndieDB’s diversion of a year award.

It’ll be rising on a Nintendo Switch eShop on 14th May, with pre-purchasing going live from 7th May in Europe. A earthy recover will also be accessible from 26th June, with pricing set during €29,99 / £24,99.

Have we played this one on PC? Will this Switch recover be your initial time with a game? Either way, let us know with a criticism below.

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