Project Warlock II Kickstarter Now Live

Packing more than twice the weapons and three times the warlocks, worlds, and gameplay, the Kickstarter for Buckshot Software and Retrovibe’s Project Warlock II is now underway.

Designed for the retro FPS fans out there, this title has players battling brutal beasts through hellish levels while playing as the Warlocks Palmer, Urd, and Kirsten. The story from the 2018 original is continued in this entry, with inspiration pulled from Doom, Hexen, and Wolfenstein. As players venture forth, they’ll have to contend with ghouls, imps, shamblers, brutes, and even shotgun-wielding boneys.

The Kickstarter for the campaign is slated to run into the middle of September. From there, he title will hit Steam Early Access and GoG Games in Development shortly after, with the first of three chapters available to play.

You can find the Kickstarter page here, which originally set a goal of 205 Euros ($241 USD). As of this writing on August 14, they are at $3,377.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Project Warlock II Kickstarter launch video

Source: Press Release
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