Gamescom released a new trailer for Gungrave GORE that gave gamers a release date. The game will release on November 22, 2022, on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X & PC.
Gungrave Gore will be developed by Iggymob & will have Yasuhiro Nightow returning as Image Director with Iggymob’s Jun set to produce. Music for the game will be composed by Tetsuya Shibata (Final Fantasy XV, Devil May Cry) & Yoshino Aoki (Final Fantasy XV, Breath of Fire).
The official STEAM account describes the game as follows:
In Gungrave G.O.R.E, play the gun-wielding badass anti-hero of your dreams as you mow down tons of enemies in a gory ballet of bullets and experience a story of vengeance, love and loyalty, all in a beautiful third-person action shooter, combining the best that Eastern and Western game design have to offer.
Highlights from Gungrave GORE include:
As the titular Gunslinger of Resurrection, you become the badass anti-hero of your dreams, an ultimate killing machine, brutalising your foes without mercy. Taking cover and retreating is not an option for Grave, he only ever goes full steam ahead, preferably right through his enemies.
- Style on your foes with gun-tastic stylish combat
Stylish third-person shooting meets close-range martial arts, creating seamlessly flowing action as you crush your enemies in a gory ballet of bullets. Utilise your unlimited ammo Cerberus pistols and your transformable EVO-coffin to unleash devastating combos in pursuit of maximum damage and style.
- Let there be Vengeance
Strap in for a wild ride, an epic & emotional story of vengeance, love and loyalty, with more than 12 hours of gameplay in the story mode, for Gungrave fans and newcomers alike.
- Enjoy the Scenery
Go on an epic adventure across South-East Asia, based on real-life locations with a dark, futuristic twist.
The original Gungrave video game was developed by Red Entertainment/Sega in 2002. The game didn’t land well with gamers but picked up praise from the character designs from Trigun’s Yasuhiro Nightow & Kōsuke Fujishima (Oh My Goddess!, Sakura Wars).