- RoboCop: Rogue City is a brand-new first-person shooter, developed by Teyon.
- Since launching, the title has seen a positive reception on multiple platforms across the world.
- The original actor from the RoboCop movies Peter Weller has reprised his role for the game.
There are not a lot of movie-to-video game adaptations out there that have been treated in a manner that resonates well with fans, but thankfully, the same cannot be said for RoboCop: Rogue City. The game even has Peter Weller, the iconic actor from the actual RoboCop movies, reprising his role for the protagonist’s voiceovers, among other additions that have allowed it to receive a grand reception on Steam.
At the moment, the game sits at a 93% count of positive reviews on Valve’s major PC gaming platform, amassing somewhere around 3,100 user reviews in total. Thanks to SteamDB, we also know that the first-person shooter title hit a peak concurrent player count of approximately 5,000 players in recent times. Not bad for an IP that occupies the space between the AA and AAA standards of modern-day games.
One of the most liked user reviews of RoboCop: Rogue City says, “Highly recommended. It pays great homage to the source material while being an enjoyable videogame. The story is pure 80s Hollywood, with all the cheesy dialogue and everything else. The gore system is something that not many studios dare to opt for in today’s gaming climate.”
Outside of the game hitting home in terms of sitting well with fans and critics alike, the shooter title has managed to go past the publisher’s sales expectations. According to Nacon, Rogue City accomplished “record presales” prior to its release in November. Following that period, it has done great after its launch just the same, rolling over 60,000 units within days of the global release.
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RoboCop: Rogue City was released on November 2, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The devs planned a Nintendo Switch port as well, but those ambitions got canned once the higher-ups released a demo version of the game. eXputer reviewed Rogue City as well in recent times, rating it 3.5/5 and calling it a shockingly decent title to pick up and have a blast with.
If you’re a new player who’s just getting started, here’s our guide on the best RoboCop: Rogue City settings for maximum FPS and performance to boot.
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