Geometry Wars 3 Blasts Onto PC and Consoles Next Week


Sierra’s resurrection is made official next week with the reborn publisher’s debut release, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. The digital download launch is scheduled for November 25th on PC, PS3 and PS4, and November 26th on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. All versions are priced at $14.99.


Geometry Wars 3 pre-orders are now live, offering bonus levels for each platform. Xbox One customers get the Torus shaped level Blood Count as well as the exclusive Titan Box level set on a cube shaped grid with a background of Xbox green (see screenshot directly above). Getting the game on PlayStation consoles comes with the level Secret Eye, “a unique triangle-shaped grid with an evolving cubed wall,” and the exclusive Symbolic level which contains enemies shaped like the face button icons on a DualShock controller (see screenshot directly below). Pre-ordering on Steam comes with both the Blood Count and Secret Eye levels.


The third numbered installment in the twin-stick shoot-’em-up series first created by Bizarre Creations was made by Lucid Games, a team founded by former developers at Bizarre Creations. At launch Geometry Wars 3 will offer a solo campaign with 50 stages set on the game’s new 3D level grids, as well as competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes.

Now get ready to have your mind blow by the official launch trailer. I am so ready to have Geometry Wars back in my life again. This game’s going to be a blast!

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