Built on a particularly old-school engine dating from the 90s (which had been used for a certain Duke Nukem 3D, moreover), Ion Fury had established itself last year on PC as an ultra-nervous FPS with efficiency noticed. A true ode to the references of the genre which will also land on home consoles as we announced the 3D Realms, mythical firm now in the publishing of video games.
This nervous adventure designed by Voidpoint will therefore benefit from a translation into French, Spanish, English and Russian as well as a framerate at 60FPS on PS4 and Xbox One. A Switch version is also planned: the three versions will arrive in digital version on May 14, while a physical edition will be delivered a little later, June 26, 2020. The latter will be sold only on PlayStation 4 and Switch, respectively 24.99 and 29.99 euros.