Become the Mob in “Enemy of the State”; Coming to PC, Consoles in 2024
Publisher Movie Games recently announced that top-down shooter Enemy of the State is coming to PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms in mid-2024.
Developed by Brave Lamb Studio, Enemy of the State allows one or two players to explore the organized crime-infested world of the Prohibition era 1920s. Players take on the role of an aspiring mobster who commits crimes all over the world to climb to the top of his syndicate.
Here’s the official breakdown of Enemy of the State from Movie Games, followed by the latest trailer:
You are a low-level criminal, with an ethnicity of your choosing, aspiring to become a true mafia boss. Gather your gang and perform all kinds of jobs, all over the world. From heists to turf takeovers to kidnappings and assassinations. Your goal? Same as always. Money, power & respect.
Choose your class, customize your mobster and go conquer the world. Make your background American, African-American, Irish, Japanese, or Chinese. Get better, grow stronger, and unlock perks, cosmetics, and outfits.
Feel the kick of Tommyguns, shotguns, revolvers, pistols, dynamite sticks, and other iconic weapons. If you need them to kick harder, upgrade them! And if you’re looking to spice up your action, try obscure historical weapons from Japan or China.
Prepare for new jobs in your fully customizable hideout. It’s also your hub where you can hang out with other players and form syndicates that compete for notoriety online!
Visit beautiful, detailed 1920s locations from all over the world. The game’s powerful art style was inspired by art deco, Dishonored, and classic noir films & comics.
Become the big crime boss of the Prohibition era!
• Story-based campaigns and co-op jobs
• Varied missions, from heists to turf takeovers
• Deep combat with customizable weapons and a cover system
• Extensive player progression with many available classes
• Player-created syndicates that compete online
• Interactive, customizable hub
Enemy of the State is coming to PC, PlayStation and Xbox sometime in mid-2024.
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