Nacon announced its RoboCop video game last year, but hasn’t followed up with much new information. However, the company finally showed more of the shooter in its Nacon Connect stream event and confirmed a release window. RoboCop: Rogue City will be releasing on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC in June 2023.
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The trailer shows first-person shooting starring RoboCop, which sees Peter Weller reprising his role. It takes place in Old Detroit and RoboCop can be seen taking out groups of thugs with his iconic Auto 9 machine pistol in addition to tossing them around like ragdolls.
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Developer Teyon is known for its shooters based on film franchises from the 1980s. It developed Rambo: The Video Game in 2014, an on-rails shooter that was critically panned. According to a report by YouTuber Matt McMuscles, the game was plagued with development issues that ranged from management to marketing to scope, which resulted in an average score of 37. Terminator: Resistance was widely seen as a solid improvement, with a higher average score of 55 and then a 61 for its enhanced version.