Horrifying world where butchery and bloodshed must be mastered if you’re to survive ’til dawn.
DUSK is a first person shooter made by David Szymanski and published by New Blood Interactive. Inspired by Quake, Blood, Heretic, Hexen, Half-Life, Redneck Rampage and all your ’90s favorites, and featuring a soundtrack by metal music mastermind Andrew Hulshult. DUSK reintroduces you to a world where butchery and bloodshed must be mastered if you’re to survive ’til dawn. For those looking for an extra challenge, DUSK also offers the chance to go head to head online to battle your friends in arena multiplayer, where darkness hosts the worst of humanity in surprising new ways.
Release Date: 11 Jan, 2018
Developer: David Szymanski
Publisher: New Blood Interactive
Genre: Action, Indie, Shooting
OS: Win 7
CPU: 2.4GHZ Dual Core Processor Or Higher
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: GeForce 9800GT or equivalent
HDD: 2 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: 2.4 GHZ Quad Core Processor
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: Geforce GTX 460 or equivalent
HDD: 2 GB
- Battle through an onslaught of mystical backwater cultists, possessed militants and even darker forces
- THREE distinct campaign episodes hand-crafted from straight outta the ’90s
- Attempt to discover just what lurks beneath the Earth
- A vast arsenal of badass weaponry
- Endless Survival Mode, putting you front and center of wave after wave of enemies
DUSK is everything retro shooter fans have been wanting to make a comeback for years, it's an old-school throwback in the purest sense of the term, from its load-out, to the gameplay, to its key-hunting level design, DUSK has it all, and yet despite all this, manages to feel fresh. You play as "Dusk Dude", a treasure hunter captured by demonic cultists. You must escape and kill them all. Simple. As you progress you discover some truths about what's really been going on. New Blood have taken an approach that many others have tried and failed in the past, and have blown all expectations out of the water with only the first two episodes and an early implementation of multiplayer. The multiplayer is hilariously fun. Prepare your ears for gunfire and the game's signature "HUP!" of bunny hopping. Endless hours of entertainment await. A faithful recreation of everything that made the old games great, while building on the foundation with modern-day improvements.