A trailer for the video game Killer Klowns From Outer Space: The Game has just been released, focusing on the titular Killer Klowns. The trailer comes after an earlier clip which displayed the Killer Klowns’ AI-controlled lackeys.
The game, which is inspired on the 1988 cult classic thriller Killer Klowns From Outer Space, is expected to succeed in the same way as other well-known horror-themed asymmetrical games like Dead by Daylight, which has done well by bringing back iconic horror figures from the ’80s. When playing as a resident of Crescent Cove or as a squad of Killer Klowns with a variety of skills and clown-themed weapons, players will need to cooperate to protect themself from the Killer Klowns.
On the game’s official Twitter account, the creator Terravision Games just posted a render of Rudy, another of the Killer Klowns. Rudy is not the most attractive person to look at, much like how he seems in the movie, but he does have several typical clown qualities, such as an oversized clothing, a painted face, with bright red hair. The team then produced a render of Fatso as a follow-up.
In the most recent Killer Klowns From Outer Space:
The Game trailer, the Klowns and their weaponry are examined in more detail. Although the trailer doesn’t go into great detail regarding how each Klown would behave, it does display the intricate and horrifying character models allegedly in with there idle animations.
The Klowns already have names that allude to their distinct gameplay philosophies, such as tank and scout. The short clip, which is eerie and also sets the mood with cackling laughing of metal, is set to; a combination of insane carnival antics and unsettling horror that makes the Killer Klowns gameplay comparable to the movie. All of the Klowns have realistic skin textures, which contrast with their absurd and toy-like armour and weapons.
Players have been able to sign-up for something like the Killer Klowns from Outer Space beta since last August, giving them the opportunity to experience the 3v7 format, addition of “respawn systems, PvPvE, plus variable objectives,” and the Klowns themselves. The 3v7 format is one of the game’s most exciting features.
The Klowns might have a slight advantage even if Dead by Daylight or Friday the 13th only have one monster every game. Given that Dead by Daylight has dominated the genre ever since its debut, it will be intriguing to see whether Killer Klowns’ interpretation of it will appeal to aficionados.
The Klowns, who are initially anonymous in the film, have grown in fame through time and have larger personalities courtesy to fans and the film’s creators, the Chiodo brothers. Although it’s not yet known exactly how many Klowns will make an appearance in the game, marketing artwork and the August teaser trailer hint that there is going to be large variety of creatures.
The game idea is also somewhat mysterious, but it will be an uneven game mode that will feature matches on randomly generated terrain between seven humans and three Klowns.
While some may think that Killer Klowns is an unusual option for a game adaption, it may also be viewed as a benefit because there is already a demand for the asymmetric horror genre and because of the shift in structure, Killer Klowns should act as a sort of palate cleanser. Additionally, by playing the game, fans of the franchise movie will eventually have some additional opportunities to engage with the IP. Only time will reveal if the game lives up to its cult classic reputation.
Early in 2023, a major release of Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game is planned for platforms like PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
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