RoboCop: Rogue City Welcomes NG+ And New Difficulty In Latest Update

A new skin, and bug fixes also included.

Story Highlights

  • RoboCop: Rogue City is a first-person shooter by Teyon, considered a faithful game adaptation.
  • The title has recently received a new update that adds highly-requested features to it. 
  • The New Game+ mode, along with a new difficulty level and bug fixes are part of Rogue City now.

With Peter Weller, the iconic actor starring in the original RoboCop movies reprising his role to play the titular protagonist in Rogue City, Teyon has done quite the work on this game, crafting it with high quality right from the ground up, and making people actually feel like Alex Murphy with the bulky gameplay. And now that you have NG+ at hand, feel free to dive into another run if you’ve already beaten the game.  

New Game Plus Arrives for RoboCop: Rogue City
New Game Plus Arrives for RoboCop: Rogue City

A new major update for RoboCop: Rogue City has been pushed out by developer Teyon, seemingly bringing the highly-requested New Game+ mode along with a new difficulty option called “There Will Be Trouble.” The developers confirmed the addition of NG+ in an X post earlier in January. In addition, a gold-colored skin for our RoboCop’s primary firearm, the Auto-9, has been added. It unlocks as soon as you finish the mainline campaign.

Re-live the journey with all of your previously unlocked skills and Auto-9 upgrades, for the full “invincible robotic law enforcement officer” experience. To unlock the mode, just finish the game after the update is applied — this can be done by reloading a save made just before completing the game. Once done, a new save file will be created, and loading it will grant you access to NG+!” reads the post announcing the patch notes. 

For those not in the know, NG+ is a new way to enjoy a game that you’ve already beaten. It starts players off with all the equipment, skills, and abilities that they formerly acquired on their first playthrough. Doing so often makes the game more fun and interesting, but when paired with a higher difficulty level, things don’t take long to get even more enticing for users. On a side note, here are some of the other changes that Teyon has brought with the latest Rogue City update: 

  • Added more Auto-9 Chips and Boards
  • Fixed the shooting mode not properly resetting when exiting interiors
  • Fixed RoboCop’s right hand disappearing when grabbing a human enemy while “unaliving” them
  • Fixed the Stolen Vehicle investigation being skipped if Ben immediately opened the locker

RoboCop: Rogue City came out on November 2, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. eXputer rated the title 3.5/5.0 in its review, with review expert Asad Ahmed commending the way the title “captures the essence of the iconic film franchise, offering a faithful and entertaining experience for all.” If you play shooter on PC, here are the best settings for maximum FPS and performance that you shouldn’t sleep on.

On a side note, eXputer held an interview with Rogue City’s developer in recent times, where Piotr Łatocha, the Game Director, told us that there are more IPs that Teyon would like to work on in the future, now that the developer has been trusted enough to deliver when it comes to game-making and meet expectations. 

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