Dive Deep Into the World of Bulletstorm
Drunken space pirates, man-eating plants, unruly mutants and more, more, more!
Slated to be one of the hottest games of 2011,Â Bulletstorm is an original IP from the creative minds at Epic Games (Gears of War) and People Can Fly (Painkiller). Featuring a storyline penned by Marvel Comics writer Rick Remender in a pulp-influenced sci-fi style,Â Bulletstorm is the story of the surviving members of Dead Echo, an elite band of soldiers and the former pride of the Confederation. Â Â These ex Dead Echo soldiers went AWOL from the Confederation escaping the control of General Vincent Sarrano, the most feared leader and their ex-commander who led them astray for many years.Â The latest gameplay trailer shows what the ex-Dead Echo squad is up against when they crash land on an abandoned paradise planet overrun with man-eating plants and mutants.
Grayson Hunt â€“ MISSING IN ACTION
Grayson Hunt was the leader of Dead Echo, an elite band of soldiers and the pride of General Sarranoâ€™s army. After a revelation of the true nature of the work they did for Sarrano, Gray and his team went AWOL and have since become a band of rogue space pirates. Extremely cynical, resentful and harboring a drunken disposition, Gray is pissed at the world, a ticking time bomb ready to explode at any second, which makes him both a dangerous and skilled soldier.
His gun is as quick as his dry and sarcastic wit.Â Gray often acts first and thinks about consequences never.Â Fighting is what keeps him busy and helps him forget the tragic past.
Gray was last seen battling the Ulysses, the warship of General Sarrano before both men went down in flames.Â It is believed that Dead Echo crashed on the abandoned planet Stygia, but Grayâ€™s exact whereabouts are unknown.
Ishi Sato â€“ MISSING IN ACTION
Calm and professional, Ishi Sato leads the Dead Echo squad with Gray.Â As Dead Echo began to sink into the life of pilfering piracy, Ishi alone remained the voice of reason.
Ishi is the son of Kose Sato, one of the galaxyâ€™s wealthiest men. Kose, the founder of Sato Colonial Developed, was no fan of the newly formed Central Unit as he suspected General Sarranoâ€™s methodology would hurt new development, thus threatening all of his business building new cities in new worlds. When Koseâ€™s youngest son left to enter the Central unitâ€™s military academy, Kose offered Ishi enough wealth to purchase an entire city of his own, anything to dissuade him from joining the force.Â Ishiâ€™s response;Â â€œWithout an end to war, the fortune you offer me would mean nothing.â€
Trishka â€œLovely Bitterâ€ Novak â€“ MISSING IN ACTION
Trishka â€œLovely Bitterâ€ Novak is the daughter of a human rights leader who was coldly assassinated; though she never got a look at the men who did the killing she dedicated her life to becoming an elite assassin herself so that she might one day find her fatherâ€™s killers and pay them the hell back. To this end, she joined Final Echo, the premiere covert squad in all the colonies, led by General Sarrano.
Trishka is an Echo Assassin, one of the most deadly in the universe; a tough, fierce soldier with a â€œno bullshitâ€ attitude.
Dr. Whit â€œMechanicâ€ Oliver â€“ MISSING IN ACTION
Dr. Whit â€œMechanicâ€ Oliver is a father figure to the crew.Â Graying and overweight, he fits the role.Â A good olâ€™ boy from Tennessee exuding the southern charm of a gentleman, heâ€™s also the best field surgeon around.Â You get shot up, Doc is the guy you want stitching you back together.
Expert engineer as well as Doctor, he was one of the first people brought in to develop the â€œhack and weldâ€ method of in-the-field limb replacement. Heâ€™s trained in arm, leg, finger, and toe replacement. For any limb blown off in battle he could attach a robotic one in fewer than two minutes.
He and Gray donâ€™t always see eye to eye.Â Doc often sides with Ishi on issues.Â The years spent as a pirate donâ€™t sit well with Doc, but as a wanted man, what other choice does he have?
Rell â€œLe Pewâ€ Julian â€“ MISSING IN ACTION
Rell â€œLe Pewâ€ Julian is a French-Canadian explosives expert with a taste for booze and womanizing. Rell did poorly in school but showed a natural aptitude for blowing things up.Â Rell was chosen for Central unit and was bailed out of jail by General Sarrano.Â Rell has been docked as many paychecks as heâ€™s earned while under the command of the General.
If youâ€™re â€œin the shitâ€, Rell is the guy you want on your side. He operates a large grenade launcher and is a whiz with explosive traps. Heâ€™s fearless, the first guy shooting every time — sometimes when he shouldnâ€™t.
Post Dead Echo, Rell and Gray have a close friendship born from a mutual love of being intoxicated.Â They are stereotypical skirt chasing, fighting, filthy, drinking buddies.
General Sarrano, Leader of the Central Confederate Unit of Resolution (CCUR), was at one time the most powerful man in the galaxy.Â During his years of playing â€œpeacekeeperâ€ to the Confederation of Humanity, he gained a reputation as a mad man.Â The very presence of one of his Battleliners in a quadrant would quell most planetary skirmishes, as it was better to give up the fight than to see what manor of lethal force Sarrano would use.Â There are rumors of grand atrocities, entire transportliners would go missing, satellite colonies that had unfortunate technical difficulties leading in the deaths of all onboard.Â There are no victims; no witnesses were ever left alive.
General Sarranoâ€™s most trusted band of mercenaries, known as Dead Echo, wasÂ at the top of the rumor list.Â They were a band of ghosts who made entire colonial cities vanish, the thing parents used to frighten their children into eating their vegetables.Â Imagine Sarranoâ€™s displeasure when Dead Echo learned the truth about their misuse, stole his prized Battleliner Spectre, and went AWOL.