Rigid Force Redux Announced For Nintendo Switch and Xbox One
Publisher Headup and developer com8com1 recently announced that their latest game Rigid Force Redux, is coming to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One very soon. For those unaware, Rigid Force Redux is a classic side-scrolling shooter with lovingly hand-crafted 3D models, stunning environments, detailed effects, and an amazing Synthwave soundtrack to boot.
Rigid Force Redux is also a remastered version of Rigid Force Alpha, which released on Steam back in August 2018. This new version includes ultra-smooth 60 FPS for fluid gameplay, vastly improved difficulty balancing and overhauled visuals, effects, and user interfaces.
You can find out the full details on the game via its overview below:
About Rigid Force Redux
Get onboard the spacecraft, Rigid Force Alpha, and navigate through various atmospheric levels and face an onslaught of enemies, from low-level cannon fodder to sprawling bosses. Collect numerous weapons including an upgradeable missile system and ‘Force Shards’, adjustable supplemental units that let the players shoot in multiple directions and block incoming enemy fire. Capture Energy Orbs dropped by foes to boost Rigid Force Alpha’s power supply and unleash devastating blasts to wipe out enemies at critical times.
Classic side-scrolling shoot’em up action with modern 3D graphics
Smooth 60 FPS for fluid gameplay
Unique weapons and power-up systems inspired by the genre classics
A wide variety of enemies, challenging mid-bosses and enormous end bosses
An exciting story mode with animated cutscenes
Six different action-packed 3D stages
Additional Arcade and Boss Rush game modes for extended high score runs
Adjustable difficulty levels — for beginners to shmup masters
Improved UI and visuals, including a brand new character design by Manga Artist Damurushi
Leaderboards and 40 unlockable achievements with brand-new full-screen illustrations
Original synthwave soundtrack by DREAMTIME featuring Michael Chait
Rigid Force Redux is coming to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One very soon.