Bulletstorm Remastered possibly coming to Xbox One, revealed in an unusual way
As a part of its promotion ritual, Microsoft gave a special Xbox One-themed USB stick to the press at the E3 conference. It mainly contained content from games Microsoft already announced or released, but some noticed other, quite interesting aspects.
Besides other folders with promotional content, the USB stick also featured a “Bulletstorm Remastered” folder. This is a big surprise, since not a single word was uttered about a remastered version of Bulletstorm at the conference. The folder, however, contained only a few images without any documentation or other hints about the game.
This is an unusual way to announce the game — if we can even consider it that. There are various opinions all over internet about this, with some people thinking Microsoft included the “Bulletstorm Remastered” folder intentionally and others convinced it was a mistake.
Whatever the case, it is proof that Microsoft is working on the new version of Bulletstorm. Of course, we have absolutely no information about it yet, but if the game is indeed happening, Microsoft will reveal more in the coming weeks or months.
In case you don’t remember the original title, Bulletstorm is a first person shooter released in 2011 by E and developed by Polish developer People Can Fly. The game was well accepted by gamers, mostly because of its gameplay, which combined action combat elements with FPS mechanics.
It is known that People Can Fly is currently working on an AAA FPS game, and it easily might be the remastered version of Bulletstorm.
As soon as we have more information about the game, we’ll make sure to let you know. Until then, you can tell us in the comments below: what do you expect from the new remastered Bulletstorm?
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