Spaghetti Western game Sombrero comes to Xbox One and Windows PCs
A new, spaghetti western-themed game called Sombrero is on its way to Xbox One and Windows PCs. The developer of the game, PixelMetal, announced the game yesterday but hasn’t been precise with the release date, yet. Sombrero is PixelMetal’s first title.
Sombrero is a multiplayer game designed for 2-4 players, that offers variety of game modes. The game also contains a number of playable characters along with special guests from other indie games. Players can play it either locally with their friends, or online with players worldwide.
“To all you desperadoes, drifters, and cowboys, SOMBRERO is calling you out for a rapid-fire party game of spaghetti western mayhem for 2-4 players. Choose a character, load up your six-shooters, and lunge through a non-stop hailstorm of bullets and TNT as you race to grab loot and blast your friends with totally authentic weaponry and …they had exploding rocket-powered fists back then, right?”
We still don’t know when the game will be released nor how much will it cost, but as soon as PixelMetal makes any new announcements, we’ll make sure to let you know. You can also sign up to the Sombrero mailing list on its official website to receive the freshest news right from the developer.
Until then, you can check a 20 minutes gameplay video to see if you like this spaghetti western game already:
Tell us in the comments below: What do you think about the game based on what you’ve seen in the video above? Will you buy it once it gets released?
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