The cult shooter XIII is a remake. It's coming out this year.


The authors of the new form want to bring classic action to the current generation.

A 16 year old FPS named XIII gets a remake. The PlayMagic studio, under the auspices of Microids, will take the game to a modern look. The remake will be released this fall for computers and consoles. The report was published by the publisher on its official website.

The game draws on the first five episodes of the comic book series by Jean Van Hamme and William Vance. The adaptation of Game XIII was originally released in 2003 for computers, PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube, and was created by Studio Ubisoft Paris for its creation.

The remix XIII announces the trailer:

The title title is a story, a fun action game and an art style called cel-shad. In the game, we take the lead of a soldier who wakes up with wounds and amnesia while accused of murdering the president of the United States. The only trait on the road to truth is the Roman numeral "XIII", which has the protagonist tattooed on the collarbone.

The makers of remake promise to improve this classic genre of FPS with graphics, sound and animation. At the same time, they try to preserve the spirit of the original. With the game, the new generation of players is directed to the memorials.

The expected XIII can be expected on November 13 on the platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and Mac.


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