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Sequel to Zotrix is announced. Expected release in fall 2017

Author: Dmytro Voloshyn
17-Aug-2016

Category: News

Ocean Media announces development of sequel to its well acclaimed retro arcade space shooter Zotrix. The game will be developed initially for PC, Mac and Linux platforms. The game will run on cross platform OceanGameEngine so console versions will automatically be available (PS4, Xbox One).

Sequel to Zotrix is announced. Expected release in fall 2017


TOKYO METROPOLIS - Taito Ward, August 17th, 2016 - Ocean Media announces the development of the sequel to its arcade shooter Zotrix

“There’s no better place to announce this exciting news than here from Tokyo, birthplace of many great arcade classics. Zotrix continues to be a great success for Ocean Media and ZeroBit Games since last summer’s Steam and PS4 releases as it is still recruiting squadrons of new pilots each month.

For some time we were toying with various new ideas for Zotrix 2 and finally I can say we have set the course for the sequel in terms of design and game features. Since the game engine is already in place we are expecting first footage from the game by the end of this year.

Overall we are aware of the elements where the first game fell short and we’ll make sure to craft the game with lot of attention to those areas. I would like to point out that our community around the game on Steam played a great role in this with its valuable feedback on the game,” 
said Vedran Klanac today in Tokyo, Japan.

The game will be developed initially for PC, Mac, and Linux platforms. The game will run on cross-platform OceanGameEngine, so console versions will automatically be available (PS4, Xbox One).

Release for desktop versions is expected during Q3 2017, with consoles beginning of Q4 2017.



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