Deep Silver has released a new batch of four screenshots and a new trailer, called Built, not Bought for their motorcycle action game
. Built, not Bought ostensibly refers to the in-game ability to build your very own bike out of a wide variety of parts; however, neither the trailer nor the screenshots really give any indication of this feature so whatever.
What you do get in the trailer is probably the best indication of what you're in store for should you choose to hit the open road on your ride and the guy next to you with a pipe and play
is set for release this month (still no specific date mentioned). For more details, follow the jump and visit
Larkspur, Calif., -- May 31, 2013 -- The opportunities are almost endless. In Deep Silver’s upcoming action game Ride to Hell: Retribution, players can create their own personal motorcycle from a large variety of different parts within the game. From the engine to the handle bars, almost every part of the bike can be adapted to their taste – and fans can make it the hottest ride, ever. Ride to Hell: Retribution takes players on a road trip into a world dominated by motorcycle gangs and violence, where a man’s mettle is proven through the roar of his engines and the weight of his fist. The action-packed game will be available in June 2013 across North America and Europe for the Xbox 360® games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Windows® PC and PlayStation 3.
Ride to Hell: Retribution tells the story of a lone rider, Jake Conway, a man with either a gun in his hand or a girl on his lap (and on more than one occasion, both!) He’s on a merciless path of revenge against a brutal biker gang called The Devil’s Hand, armed to the teeth with an arsenal of deadly weapons to enact his vengeance on foot and on bike. The only law Jake answers to is his own. Hit hard, ride fast and leave 'em in the dust. Ride to Hell: Retribution is developed by Eutechnyx.
For more information about the Ride to Hell universe, please visit www.ridetohell.com.
About Deep Silver
Deep Silver develops and publishes interactive games for all platforms, seeking to deliver top-quality products that provide immersive game experiences driven by the desires of the gaming community. The company has published more than 200 games worldwide since 2003, including the best-selling zombie action Dead Island™ franchise, the critically-acclaimed Metro™: Last Light and this summer, it will publish the fourth title in the action adventure open world Saints Row series, Saints Row IV™. Deep Silver is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Media, GmbH, and includes the renowned development studio Deep Silver Volition, based in Champaign, IL. For more information, please visit www.deepsilver.com
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Eutechnyx is the world’s leading independent racing game developer. The company publishes a number of game brands including NASCAR® The Game (console, PC and mobile) and Auto Club Revolution® (PC free-to-play) . With a history spanning over 25 years, the studio has won numerous awards for its million-plus selling titles and garnered exceptional acclaim in the business sector. As well as its headquarters in the UK, the company has studios in Hong Kong, Chengdu and Charlotte, USA.
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About Black Forest Games
Founded in 2012, Black Forest Games is an independent game studio focused on high-quality video games. The studio is based in Offenburg, Germany, and currently employs a team of 40 international industry professionals who specialize in building games for all major game platforms. For more information on Black Forest Games please visit the official website at www.black-forest-games.com
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