Terminator Resistance has been announced with an amazing trailer that showcases some of the upcoming action of the Resistance War in post-Judgement Day L.A.
After a very long wait, fans of Terminator may finally be getting the Terminator video game that they deserve.
Terminator Resistance has been recently announced and an amazing trailer has dropped to showcase the upcoming game based on the blockbuster movie franchise.
Watch the epic trailer below:
Terminator games are nothing new, however this is the first time that the franchise looks to be getting a game worthy of the name.
There is a long list of Terminator games going right back to 1991 with Bethesda’s The Terminator, but to be honest, it isn’t worth the time even talking about.
Most of the Terminator based games have been extremely poor with the exception of 1995’s Terminator: Future Shock, also from Bethesda, which looks like it has inspired the development of the new title.
For the upcoming game, confirmed details include that the game is set 30 years after the events of Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
Taking place right in the middle of the Resistance War, it appears that the player must fight an army of Terminators while protecting a group of notable people that have been marked for termination.
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Everything that a Terminator fan could want appears to be in the trailer including Terminators, Drones and Future Weapons as well as the iconic theme tune from the movies.
From what I can gather from the trailer, the game also features a downtime area that can be used between battles.
Looking like an underground facility similar to the movies, the downtime area appears similar to the staging area of Anthem where we will get to sort items, procure weaponry and plan the next battle.
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Currently, not a lot is known, however according to the game’s official site, the different model Terminators will be featured as well as a trading and crafting system and side quests across a devastated Los Angeles.
Terminator Resistance is scheduled for release on November 15th in Europe and Australia, and December 3rd in America for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.
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