Strafe’s Gonna FPS Like It’s 1996 in March

Inspired by the first-person shooter classics of the 1990s like Quake and Doom, Strafe is running and gunning towards a launch date right smack at the beginning of spring, because nothing says rainshowers and pretty flowers like guns and buckets of polygonal blood and guts.

Pixel Titans and Devolver Digital’s procedurally generated retro roguelike FPS will be out on PC via Steam beginning March 28th. Check out the celebratory launch date trailer below–it’s sure to make your head pop with excitement–then go over to the game’s Steam page and add it to your wishlist.

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