Housemarque Studios has announced that Nex Machina will be available from June 20 on PlayStation 4 (via PlayStation Store) and PC (via Steam). The developers have also confirmed that the game will support the local co-op for two players.
The Housemarque team has finally announced the release date for its twin-stick shooter called Nex Machina, which as previously reported is also coming to PC as well as on PlayStation 4.
The game will release on June 20, 2017 and will also feature a cooperative multiplayer mode, which is unveiled today with the new trailer posted at the end of this article. The cooperative mode is therefore added to the features described previously by the team of Nex Machina, that is in season structure, challenges, replays and various other typical elements of multiplayer games.
Nex Machina is a twin-stick shooter that takes inspiration from titles like Robotron and Smash TV, while offering a much more hectic and fast gameplay. The game will feature over one hundred levels divided into five worlds, so many secrets to discover and simple mechanics to be mastered and extremely additive.
Mikael Haveri of Housemarque also explained that Nex Machina will not arrive on Xbox or Switch because the team is particularly at ease with PC and PlayStation 4 and does not feel like investing on other platforms, apparently.
Check out Nex Machina co-op trailer below:
To learn more about the game, below you can check a video with 18 minutes of gameplay of Nex Machina. Indeed, the YouTube channel of “PlayStation Underground” has hosted the developers of Housemarque Studios, who have taken the opportunity to show a full 18 minutes of gameplay of Nex Machina, the company’s new project coming later on June 20.