Bloody Good Time announced

Written by Joe Martin

September 3, 2010 | 10:32

Tags: #announcement #bloody-good-time #multiplayer #the-ship

Companies: #outerlight #ubisoft

Ubisoft has announced a new multiplayer shooter for PC and Xbox 360, Bloody Good Time, which is being developed by Outerlight Studios.

Bloody Good Time is being built on Valve's Source Engine, just like Outerlight's previous game, The Ship and is set to be released over Xbox Live Arcade and Steam.

Bloody Good Time is a multiplayer only game, with up to eight players cast as different B-movie archetypes, each competing for a role in an upcoming horror film. Levels are based on movie sets, with props being used as weapons. Players will be able to kill each other with everything from frying pans and flamethrowers to exploding rats.

There'll be four game modes on offer, from simple deathmatch through to a Ship inspired Revenge mode where players have to murder specific targets while avoiding others.

Bloody Good Time is set for a Q4 2010 release, so we'll bring you more details as they emerge.

Outerlight's Simon Hill has written for bit-tech in the past as an industry columnist - check out his old columns to learn more about Outerlight's design philosophy!

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