Tripwire’s Road Redemption Comes To Nintendo Switch And PlayStation 4

Get in on all the motorcycle mayhem with the Road Redemption launch on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
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Tripwire Interactive, publisher of Road Redemption, announced the launch of the spiritual successor to Road Rash on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch today — just a bit over a year since it originally released on Steam. 

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Now, console players can enjoy all the insanity of Road Redemption‘s motorcycle combat, leading a biker gang on a journey across the U.S., earning money from races, robberies, and assassinations, and more.

The game comes with a single-player campaign, as well as both online and local multiplayer and co-op. Players can even play together on the couch using the splitscreen option.

The game is available for purchase via the launch day microsite, or on console shops for $19.99. Xbox One owners can expect the game to arrive on their system of choice shortly.

In addition to the console launch, a special Road Redemption/Killing Floor 2 crossover was announced recently for Steam players. Those who own both titles were gifted a special melee weapon — the Road Redeemer in Killing Floor 2, and two new riders from the Killing Floor 2 universe in Road Redemption.

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news on Tripwire Interactive. 





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