John Carpenter has crafted some of the most gripping tales of cinematic horror, from Halloween and The Thing to Christine and They Live. During the Summer Games Fest on Thursday, Focus Home Entertainment and Saber Interactive revealed that his distinctive zombie apocalypse vision will be brought to life on Xbox X|S, the Epic Games Store, and Playstation 5 in 2024 through the launch of John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando.
The game is based on a simple concept, as suggested by the trailer that was unveiled on Thursday: Spot a zombie, and keep firing until it stops moving. The storyline follows suit, with an experimental attempt to extract energy from the Earth’s core inadvertently triggering a mobile zombie epidemic called the Sludge God. Armed with various melee, edged and ranged weapons, as well as special abilities, players are tasked with exterminating the Sludge God and its relentless army of undead creatures. Prepare for intense battles, as you’ll be faced with waves of relentless adversaries.
Although a definite release date is yet to be confirmed, the developers announced plans for a closed beta before the official launch. Those eager to experience the zombie carnage in advance can register for the PC beta on the website.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando Game Release
When is ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’ expected to release?
The game ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’ is expected to be released in 2024. However, a specific date has not been announced yet.
Which platforms will ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’ be available on?
‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’ will be available on Xbox X|S, the Epic Games Store, and Playstation 5.
What is the premise of ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’?
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world where an experiment attempting to harness energy from the Earth’s core has instead caused a zombie outbreak known as the Sludge God. Players will have to combat this undead threat using a variety of weapons and special abilities.
Will there be a beta version of ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’?
Yes, the studio has announced that there will be a closed beta for ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’. You can sign up for the PC version of the beta on their website.
Who are the developers of ‘John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando’?
The game is being developed by Focus Home Entertainment and Saber Interactive.