"Lackluster" sales of the brilliant Nex Machina were the icing on the cake for Finnish developer Housemarque - from here on out it will no longer make arcade games.
Nex Machina, the promising-looking twin-stick shooter from Housemarque and Eugene Jarvis, will launch for PC and PlayStation 4 on 20th June.
Today's release date announcement is accompanied by the reveal of local co-op - perhaps not too surprising given the old-school arcade nature of the project.
Watch new co-op footage below:
Resogun and Super Stardust developer Housemarque has revealed a few of the key features from its upcoming twin-stick shooter Nex Machina.
Super Stardust and Resogun developer Housemarque is hosting a closed beta for its upcoming twin-stick shooter Nex Machina.
Running from 21st April through 1st May, this PC beta will be available to "a few hundred participants" chosen at random. As such, your chances of getting in are on the slim side, but you might as well toss your hat into the ring, should you have a kit that can run it.
On that note, here are the game's PC system requirements at the moment (which are subject to change as the game is not yet fully optimised):
Housemarque's highly anticipated twin-stick shooter Nex Machina is coming to PC later this year.
Super Stardust and Resogun developer Housemarque and Robotron creator Eugene Jarvis have revealed their upcoming collaboartion Nex Machina.