Shadow Warrior 2 is released for the Xbox One along with a free download
The legendary Shadow Warrior 2 shooter is finally landing on the console on May 19 and is the sequel to 2013’s original. Shadow Warrior 2 mirrors Flying Wild Hog’s evolution in the field of first-shooter games and follows the misadventures of former corporate shogun Lo Wang. The warrior has survived as a mercenary in a world that has fallen apart and must make wise use of an amazing mix of guns, blades, magic and intelligence to defeat the demonic legions now ruling the world.
In this game, players can fight with allies online in four-player co-op or fight alone in the middle of an amazing scenery to finish bold missions and collect new weapons, armor and more.
Purge the world of darkness and evil with Lo Wang
It has been a long time since the main character of the game broke the alliance between his former boss and the ancient gods lurking in the shadow realm. Even if he was filled with kind intentions, Lo Wang’s efforts to destroy the dark shadows tainted the world even more and created a new order with humans and demons living side by side.
The warrior is currently living his life outside the reach of enemies and the neon glow of his nemesis Zilla’s cybernetic metropolis. He is a hired sword for the Yakuza clans in the area. Now, the once feared warrior must once again try to clean the world and banish evil forces.
Shadow Warrior 2 is the sequel to Shadow Warrior released back in 2013, itself a reboot of the 1997 original game. The game resurrects the cult classic franchise in the most extraordinary way.
Shadow Warrior 2 will be priced at $40 and will come with a free download of Shadow Warrior for Xbox One, so make sure you save the date and get it once it’s released.
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