Necromonda: Hired Gun Review | computer games


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What is that? Singleplayer FPS is set in the depths of Warhammer: 40: 000 Hive City
Expect to pay $40 / £35
Developer Streum on the studio
publisher Focus on the interactive home page
reviewed in AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Nvidia GeForce 2080 Super, 32 GB RAM
Multiplayer? Damn, no!
Outside right Now
end to end official site

Necromunda: Hired Gun is a shooter with a midlife crisis. The solo linear FPS launched in 2021, you looked in the mirror, saw her gray temples and crow’s feet, then panicked before rushing out to buy a bunch of new hip mechanics guaranteed to lure these cool Zoomer streamers: Bolt-On Side – Quests, New Modern Loot System , a group of bloody brawls that kill do not know how to withdraw. It’s a first-person shooter that deeply fears its distinct identity in the late 1990s.

Which is unfortunate because Hired Gun would have made such a big badass figure if he could stop embarrassing himself at the skate park.

(Image credit: Focus Home Interactive)

You play as an unknown bounty hunter who roams the cell of Necromunda, the largest Hive City of Warhammer 40k’s Imperium and one of the major weapons manufacturers. Driven to avenge the murder of one of Necromonda’s most notable Guilders, you become embroiled in a guerrilla war for control of the mysterious Hive City.

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