BPM: Bullets Per Minute headed to PlayStation and Xbox

Tough to beat.

Rhythm shooter roguelike BPM: Bullets Per Minute will come to consoles for the first time later this year.

PlayStation and Xbox versions have been announced by Playtonic Friends, the new publishing arm of Yooka-Laylee developer Playtonic, which previously told Eurogamer it had plans to work with BPM studio Awe Interactive.

Described as a mix of Doom and Rock Band, BPM is a dungeon-clearing first-person shooter where your actions are tied to the beats of a rock soundtrack. Here's a trailer:

BPM originally launched via Steam last year and has been supported with extra content - new characters, weapons, difficulty levels, items, and a new chapter of story - which will all come as part of this console release.

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