Fatshark has announced a Wild West shooter for distribution on PC and next-gen consoles, although we're not told which.

Dubbed Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West, this is a third-person shooter that revolvers around multiplayer action. Teams are the order of the day, but you can practice with computer partners before heading online.

Once there, Fatshark promises we'll be reliving high-noon gunfights outside heisted banks.

Fatshark is partly owned by GRIN, maker of Bionic Commando, and so uses the Diesel engine responsible for powering that game.

There's more to see at gamescom, but for now a gallery is all we have to go by. Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West has no date yet.

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