The feedback gathered at the Steam Next Fest has helped the development team to improve the game before its release.
Kool2Play announced today that its mech shooter, Uragun, will take a couple of weeks longer to get ready for the game’s release, pushing back its release date to April 12. Uragun offers fast-paced combat that will test your skills and reflexes with deadly weapons and upgrades that unlock with progression.
A cute but killer mecha in action
For those unfamiliar, in Uragun players play as a deadly but charming Mech who has awakened to discover a world overrun by a corrupt AI. The search for your missing pilot and friend will take you to different spectacular locations such as a deserted Barcelona, an overgrown and futuristic Hong Kong or the mines hidden in the snowy gorges of North America.
To survive, you will have to master the game’s challenging and fast-paced combat. Luckily, you’ll be able to unlock new weapons, from shotguns and auto rifles to plasma boomerangs and rocket launchers, which will give you plenty of customization options and a fair chance against your enemies.
Good feedback makes a big change
Feedback received during the Uragun demo at Steam Next Fest was instrumental in the Kool2Play team deciding that a slight delay was necessary for final additions and bug fixes, and the release is now scheduled for two weeks later.
Uragun will launch as an early access title, with the intention of building on the game’s initial foundation with feedback from the community. Players will experience incredible gameplay with a wide variety of enemies, weapon types and the first major boss fights.