The retro shooter game DUSK will be making its way to consoles, publisher New Blood Interactive announced. The game will also be getting co-op multiplayer.
According to a recent post on the game's community hub, the team behind the shooter game is planning to release the game for several consoles, however, the post doesn't mention which consoles specifically.
In addition, the team is working on adding co-op multiplayer to the game to allow friends to play through the three campaigns together. Furthermore, the game will also be getting Mac, Linux and Steam Workshop support.
DUSK features three distinct campaigns that are inspired by pioneer shooter games from the early '90s, such as Quake, Heretic, Hexen and Half-Life.
Players battle through an onslaught of mystical backwater cultists, possessed militants and even darker forces and attempt to discover just what lurks beneath the Earth.
The game features an arsenal of weapons to choose from, including saw blades, dual-wielded shotguns and grenade launchers.
DUSK released on December 10, 2018, for PC. A console release date has yet to be announced.