Do you remember Bulletstorm's Waggleton P. Tallylicker? I remember Waggleton P. Tallylicker. Though he may never have gotten the funeral he deserved, we can now relive all of his glory in the upcoming remastered version of the one-off 2011 title, called Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition.
The long-rumored updated version of Bulletstorm was announced tonight at the Video Game Awards with an explosive trailer set to The Go-Go's "Vacation" (of course). The original followed the foul-mouthed lover of off-color humor Grayson Hunt as he tried to escape after crash-landing on a deserted resort on a strange planet. Full Clip Edition will include all of the DLC previously released for Bulletstorm, of which there were two — the musically-named "Blood Symphony" and "Gun Sonata."
Like most of these newfangled remasters, this one is promising "hi-res textures, increased polygon counts, sterling audio, and smoother frame rates." It's once again being developed by People Can Fly, with Gearbox to handle the publishing.
There's a pretty unique pre-order bonus, too, featuring a special guest. Players who pre-order Full Clip Edition will gain access to the "Duke Nukem's Bulletstorm Tour" content, which offers up Duke as a playable character in Bulletstorm's campaign. But it's not just the appearance of playing as Duke instead of the usual Grayson — the script has been completely rerecorded with brand new lines from the Duke himself.
Full Clip Edition has already appeared on the store for US$59.99 and is offering a 15% discount for digital pre-orders, bringing it down to US$50.99 for early adopters.
It's also already got a release date. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition will be available on April 7th, 2017. Now that that's officially announced, how about that sequel...
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