Iconic eighties law enforcer RoboCop is to get his own game, courtesy of publisher Nacon and developer Teyon. The title’s not due until 2023 and so details are scarce, but RoboCop: Rogue City will submerge you in the seedy streets of Old Detroit, where you’ll be armed with your trusty Auto-9 and years of experience on the force.
It’s a first-person shooter, which will likely follow in the robo-footsteps of Terminator: Resistance, which was also developed by Polish studio Teyon. “You have the power to decide how to fulfil prime directives in your own way, but as the story unfolds proceed with caution because corruption and greed know no limits,” the blurb teases.
You can check out the debut trailer above, but it effectively amounts to little more than a logo. No platforms are currently confirmed, but with a 2023 release date, we’re going to go out on a cybernetic limb and assume PlayStation 5 will be one of the targets.