The latest trailer for Team Reptile’s Jet Set Radio spiritual successor, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, introduces captivating new movements.
More than two years have passed since Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, the sequel to Sega’s Jet Set Radio series, was first revealed. Fans have been patiently waiting for any news about the game, but recently, developer Team Reptile has released a new trailer containing a lot of fascinating information in a short amount of time. 22 years on from its launch, Jet Set Radio remains one of the unique brands in the industry. A series in which players traverse urban areas, demonstrate techniques, mark cities with graffiti, and avoid being caught, the title boasts a unique combination of style and gameplay that fans have enjoyed. graves have long been waiting to be experienced. Judging from the latest trailer for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, Team Reptitle’s game delivers just that.
Gameplay in Jet Set Radio revolves around simple skating, but Bomb Rush Cyberfunk will provide more interesting ways to experience. As the new trailer shows, players will have access to skateboards and BMX bikes in addition to rollerblading, as possible to reflect the “big street culture symphony” at the heart of the game, according to the director. Dion Koster in an accompanying message. While this new update doesn’t go into detail about the overall gameplay, previous trailers and the game’s official listing make it clear that it will be somewhat similar to Jet Set Radio, with a similar focus on performing techniques and marking specific points by drawing on the wall.
Koster gave a few gameplay spoilers, saying that players will be able to perform real-world techniques on various items, in addition to more polished moves. From the gameplay to the inclusion of Jet Set Radio composer Hideki Naganuma’s soundtrack, it’s increasingly likely that Team Reptile will succeed in giving Jet Set fans something new. According to this article, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is still on track to launch in 2022 and Koster ended their message by saying that the development team is “working hard” to get it done.
When it launches later this year, the game will be available on “all relevant platforms,” although it’s only been confirmed for PC and Nintendo Switch for now. Furthermore, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk will be a Switch exclusive for a while, so what other consoles are coming out will have to wait a bit before the game lands.
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