Assault Android Cactus revealed for Xbox release

Assault getting true 4K on Xbox One X

I love when we get some game news, and today, it comes in the form of a brand new release, which is coming to Xbox One in a few weeks. Assault Android Cactus, is a twin-stick shooter which is developed by Witch Beam, and is coming to us in sweet 4K and 60fps, if you`re planning on getting the Xbox One X.

“Assault Android Cactus replaces the traditional life system with a continuously draining battery. Players will need to make every second count as they maneuver through endless swarms of relentless robots to grab power-ups and all-important batteries from fallen enemies. The only way to survive is to keep fighting.

Each of the nine vibrant android heroines has their own character-specific primary weapon with infinite ammo and a more powerful secondary weapon with a cooldown timer. Knowing when to switch between the two is the difference between victory and defeat on ever-changing stages. Accessible gameplay makes Assault Android Cactus an intuitive title for one to four people to pick up and play.

A variety of game modes put the androids’ skills to the test. Infinity Drive throws out wave after wave of mechanical minions. Rumble with the big boys with the Boss Rush mode or drop by the Daily Drive to challenge a new scenario every day. Unlock EX options that open up a first-person perspective, powerful MEGA weapons, or an A.I. partner to bring along for the ride.

Follow Junior Constable Cactus and her friends across 25 action-packed levels as they regain control of the Genki Star space freighter from robot workers running amok. Lasers will fly as androids dodge bullets and send five bosses back to the scrap heap, all before their batteries drain away.

“The spirit of our game comes from a love of the arcade culture we grew up with,” says Santana Mishra, director, Witch Beam. “I’m excited Xbox One owners will get to experience Cactus’s non-stop action, and in glorious 4K HD on the Xbox One X.”

I personally cannot wait to see it in 4K, and it`s looking like quite a fun and enjoyable title. Assault Android Cactus hits the Xbox store on 7th November, which is funnily the release date for the Xbox One X.

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