Publisher 3D Realms and studio Slipgate Ironworks have announced the successor to Ion Fury starring Shelly ‘Bombshell’ Harrison. Phantom Fury is described as a “road movie” and should be released in 2023 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
The story takes place “after many years of fighting against the Gadus Haskell”, with Shelley “Bumpshell” Harrison awakening with a “new bionic arm”. Harrison is tasked with securing a “dangerous artifact” called the Devil’s Essence. In the description of Steam It says that more than twenty unique weapons will be available, including the well-known bowling bombs, but also new weapons such as drones. Additionally, Harrison’s electronic arm can be upgraded with new capabilities. An electric shield can be used, among other things.
Founded under the name Apogee Software, 3D Realms was one of the first companies to launch 3D games, including Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior, and Rise of the Triad. Later The company sold the franchise Prey To parent company Bethesda ZeniMax and become Duke Nukem: Forever Developed further by Gearbox, the creator of Borderlands. Ion Fury appeared in 2019, which 3D Realms is now based on with Phantom Fury. In 2021, Swedish company Embracer Group acquires 3D Realmswhich – which Recently acquired more game studios.
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