'Serious Sam' comeback announced for June-August 2011
Tuesday 01 March 2011
The team behind the
Serious Sam games isn't content to leave high-profile, low-brow spoofs
Duke Nukem Forever without further competiton, as
Serious Sam 3: BFE is confirmed for a summer 2011 release on PC and consoles.
Known for its satirical crude humor and relentlessly swarming enemies, the series follows gun-toting Sam through various historical locations as he repels hordes of extra-terrestrial invaders.
Following on from The First Encounter, The Second Encounter and recent high definition remakes for Xbox 360 and PC, Serious Sam 3: BFE promises a return of hallmark arcade action.
That means the same arcade action, hordes of enemies old and new, and multiplayer mayhem for "up to 16 players" - for reference, the Serious Sam HD remakes introduced a 16-player mode on PC and up to 4 players on the 360.
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