is now available in Early Access for Windows
offering a throwback first-person shooter from Apogee, the throwback publisher.
The full version will also launch for consoles when the game hits version 1.0
later this year. Here's an
Early Access Trailer
, and there's also a playable demo. Read on for
Turbo Overkill enters Early Access with eight dense, multi-layered
stages, plus secret arenas, multiple difficulty settings, tons of character
upgrades, and unlockable content. Five to eight hours of gameplay await even the
most diehard shooter veterans, with more stages, abilities, guns, challenges,
and quality-of-life features set for the coming months.
Johnny Turbo returns home to the cyberpunk hellscape of Paradise and finds that
a rogue AI named Syn has seized control of thousands of augmented bodies. To
take back his city, Johnny must augment his own. Rev up the chainsaw leg, reload
your arm rockets, and unleash a torrent of high-powered weapons against an
entire city that wants you dead—just another day in