RoboCop: Rogue City is having a closed playtest next week

As we clomp stompily toward RoboCop: Rogue City’s September release, like some, oh, I don’t know, machine-augmented crime fighter, developer Teyon and publisher Nacon have announced a closed playtest is happening next week.

RoboCop: Rogue City – which is build around an “original story” set between RoboCop 2 and 3 – looks to land somewhere between a first-person shooter and cybernetically enhanced detective adventure, whisking players to the rain-slicked streets of Old Detroit to solve crimes, slay baddies, and perhaps even turn a few wrong ‘uns into goo.

“Explore open areas and complete your objectives according to your own sense of justice,” explains Teyon. “Finding evidence, interrogation and maintaining public order are just some of your daily tasks as a police officer. But don’t take decisions lightly: your choices can determine the fate of citizens and the result of your mission.”

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