Strike Vector EX outlines new console features

Adds a single-player campaign and AI bots.

Aerial dogfighting Strike Vector is coming to consoles as Strike Vector EX and developer Ragequit Corporation has outlined the new features that it's adding to this PS4 and Xbox One version due this autumn.


Chief among them is a story-based solo campaign with characters, cut scenes and enemy AI. Comparatively, the PC game was a multiplayer-only affair.

Furthermore, there will be AI bots you can play with, so you needn't sit around the lobby twiddling your thumbs until a good sized group joins up to get a game going.

There will also be customisable controls to work better with a gamepad.

Strike Vector launched last year on PC where it received pretty good reviews. At least our friends at Rock, Paper, Shotgun liked it.

Take a gander at how Strike Vector Ex is shaping up in its gameplay trailer below.

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