Über Violent FPS “Nightmare Reaper” Coming to Consoles in 2023

“Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” -Galatians 6:7

Horror game publisher Feardemic recently announced that Nightmare Reaper will receive a physical release for PS4, PS5, SeXbox and Nintendo Switch in early 2023.

Developed by Blazing Bit Games, Nightmare Reaper is an über violent FPS that combines looter-shooter and roguelite mechanics. The game is described as “fast-paced, dark and violent” and features “geysers of blood.”

Here’s the official breakdown of Nightmare Reaper from Feardemic, followed by a recent trailer:  

A dark and violent meld of retro and modern action games, inspired by the classic 2.5D first-person shooters of the 90s, with elements of modern looter shooters and roguelites.  

Intense and addictive gameplay

Tons of enemies are crammed in open-ended levels full of surprises and geysers of blood and treasure.

Character progression

Use the gold you find to purchase tons of character upgrades and new abilities via minigames.    

Ludicrous weapon variety

80 unique weapons that can drop as loot and can contain a funky mix of over 30 enchantment types.

SO much more

  • Music and audio by the great Andrew Hulshult.
  • Non-intrusive but mysterious story.
  • Many game modes.
  • A mix of manual and random level generation.
  • Tons of random events and secrets.  

Nightmare Reaper is coming to PS4, PS5, SeXbox and Nintendo Switch in early 2023. The physical console release is planned for both a European and US release. It is already available on Steam PC, where you can also find a free demo of the game right now. 

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