Published On: Fri, Apr 19th, 2019

Remake Of Stylish Cel-Shaded Shooter XIII Coming To Switch This November


In 2003, Ubisoft expelled a cel-shaded first-person shooter XIII (pronounced thirteen) on a GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. Now, a reconstitute of this unique-looking diversion is entrance to a Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One after this year on 13th November.

For those who haven’t played it before, it’s loosely formed on 5 volumes of a Belgian striking novel dating behind to 1984 (written by Jean Van Hamme with design by William Vance). In a strange game, David Duchovny – best famous for personification a FBI representative Fox Mulder in a X-Files – uttered a game’s protagonist.

Here’s a outline of a game’s story:

XIII is a first-person shooter where we play as “Thirteen,” a gifted infantryman who mislaid his memory and has been indicted of murdering a President of a United States. You initial arise adult harmed and amnesic on Brighton Beach with a usually thought being a tiny pivotal and a puzzling tattoo that reads “XIII” subsequent to your clavicle. It’s now your pursuit to hunt for answers by a 34-level solo campaign. Don’t worry, we will find a suitable arms arsenal along a way. So many questions… so many bullets!

The reconstitute is being rubbed by Microïds and PlayMagic Ltd. The thought is to revitalise story-driven FPS “missing in today’s gaming landscape” – with a idea to move a diversion to a new era of players.

As partial of this announcement, a launch trailer has been released. Take a demeanour below:

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