Rocket Riot 3D DLC Announced With Screenshots

By Andrew Ogley, 3 years ago
Fans of the Windows 8 title Rocket Riot 3D will be pleased to hear that new DLC has been announced for the game.

The new DLC is set to bring not only new levels to the game, but will also include new stories, new characters, new boss fights and more visual effects. Currently only four levels have been announced and we are lucky enough to have screenshots from three of them. The details below have been taken from the official announcement.

Arts and Crafts
Get sucked into the artistic realm and find out that art isn’t boring! It’s classic. It’s surreal. It’s abstract. It’s a feast for the eyes! But most of all…it’s super explosive!
Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots

Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots

Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots


Bananamania!
Finally, the mystery behind the infamous Banana Man is revealed! Guide him on his quest through lands near and far and shoot your way to the truth behind his bazooka rage. It’s bananas!
Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots

Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots

Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots


Movie Madness
Movie-style mayhem. Traverse fairy tale lands, explore levels like a film noir detective, and end up in a dueling frenzy in the Wild West. Ready your rockets; this is going to be one crazy ride!
Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots

Rocket Riot 3D - Screenshots


Last but not least, but unfortunately without screenshots we have the following:
The Pixel Continuum - This time you’ve really done it: your explosive temper has seriously messed up the time-space continuum. The only way to straighten out this temporal mess? Blow up historical time periods that are supposed to be extinct…Because some things never change.
Unfortunately at the time of writing no official release date for the new DLC has been made known, but we will keep you posted as soon as we hear anything.

Rocket Riot 3D is available now on the Windows 8 store costing $4.99
Credit for this story goes to Teh Paralyzer
Andrew Ogley
Written by Andrew Ogley
Andrew has been writing for TA since 2011 covering news, reviews and the occasional editorials and features. One of the grumpy old men of the team, his mid-life crisis has currently manifested itself in the form of an addiction to sim-racing - not being able to afford the real life car of his dreams. When not spending hours burning simulated rubber, he still likes to run around, shoot stuff and blow things up - in the virtual world only of course.