Hellpoint is a sci-fi action role playing game developed by Cradle Games and published by tinyBuild.
It is set in the derelict Irid Novo space station in the aftermath of a cataclysmic quantum event.
The sci-fi RPG is finally coming to Nintendo's hybrid.
Current-gen owners can avail of free next-gen upgrades.
You'll have to wait a bit longer to play the action RPG on the go.
Check out how co-op gameplay looks in the latest trailer.
New map, weapons, and threat level also added in free update.
"There’s no reason not to use it," says Hellpoint technical director Marc-André Jutras.
"Some companies don’t exist anymore and licenses of those titles might not be so easy to figure out," says Cradle Games' Marc-André Jutras.
Cradle Games' Matt Boudreau and Marc-André Jutras speak with GamingBolt about their upcoming action-RPG.
"Especially the PlayStation, which always tended to have tweaks and hardware specific accelerations," says Cradle Games' Marc-André Jutras.
The developer will use the extra time for further polish and improvements.
A veteran of the gaming industry talks about his extremely exciting upcoming game, as well as the larger direction of the gaming industry.
Some developers will always prioritize frame rate over resolution, as per Marc-André Jutras.
Neural networks certainly present more interesting progression paths for games than just the linear “same but prettier” road we’ve been on for a while.
Internet infrastructure problems prevent digital only consoles for now, he says.
But an additional 8GB of VRAM, which means total memory available will be 16-20GB.
At this point, going forward, I don’t think Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have any excuse not to allow that.
Streaming may lead to an expansion of gaming into new markets, but will not replace traditional gaming, according to Marc-André Jutras.
Hellpoint's creative director Mathieu Boudreau and technical director Marc-André Jutras talk to us about the upcoming sci-fi Soulslike RPG.
Hellpoint's technical director talks to us about the power afforded to devs by the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X.
The creative director of the upcoming sci-fi RPG feels current-gen consoles offer pretty much everything they need to already.
The game will release for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Linux, and Mac.