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Strafe arriving on PC in March

Roguelife FPS receives a release date

Strafe is a roguelike first-person shooter developed by Pixel Titans. Featuring elements of sci-fi and gore, the game takes inspiration from 90s shooters such as Doom and Quake. Publisher Delvolver Digital has announced that it'll be making its way to PC on March 28th.

In Strafe, you're only given one life to survive the onslaught and navigate through the game's nightmarish environments. As the levels are procedurally-generated, no two play-throughs will be the same.

As well as promising replay value, the game offers fast and dynamic gameplay and visuals akin to retro shooters. It will feature a total of 30 weapons and over 20 unique enemies.

Strafe is also coming to PlayStation 4, but a release date has yet to be given for the console version.

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