Apogee (Duke, Prey, Max) brings you our latest killer anti-hero, Johnny Turbo, who's cleaning up Paradise, a cyber city seized by the galaxy's most advanced AI, Midjourney... umm, we mean Syn. Ep. 2 has new levels, weapons and augments like the Spidey-like grappling hook. Oh, and a chainsaw bike.
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Release Date:
Apr 22, 2022
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Why Early Access?

“We plan to release Turbo Overkill's episodes as they are completed, with this release being Episode 1 in full. Releasing episodically allows us to implement user feedback throughout the development process much quicker, allowing a more curated full experience by the time 1.0 is completed. Early Access will allow us to work in tandem with the game's community to make Turbo Overkill the best experience possible.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Until early 2023”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“We are planning to release an additional 2 episodes in the full version. These episodes are set to include new areas, weapons, story content and enemies. We also plan to add additional features including mod support.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The current Early Access version of Turbo Overkill includes the first episode in its entirety, containing 8 levels and 8 secret unlockable levels, playable with 5 difficulty options. There are 6 weapons that can be found, all with alternate firing modes, and a roster of 14 enemies to slay. Photo-mode is also included.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“We plan to raise the price as soon as we hit 1.0.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We will be actively taking on user feedback through many forms (Steam Community posts, Twitter and Discord discussions). We also plan to implement a direct line of posting feedback inside the game in the near future.”
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“In 1987, The Evil Dead 2 introduced the chainsaw arm. Now, 35 years later—almost my whole lifetime—the chainsaw leg is finally here, and I'm happy to say that it was worth the wait.”
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“Turbo Overkill is this year's Doom Eternal, and it might even be better.”
The Gamer

“Turbo Overkill is a retro-inspired FPS that's still in early access but already feels complete.”
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"Turbo Overkill is the best Tony Hawk game in years."
- Fanbyte

"If Sam Raimi's Evil Dead movie made the Chainsaw Arm an iconic piece of weaponry, wait till you see the leg chainsaw."
- Sportskeeda

Note: The game's full price at 1.0, after Early Access is complete, is planned to be $24.99.

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Half-metal, half-human, all murder machine

Heavily inspired by some of the all-time greats like Id's Doom & Quake, and Apogee's Duke Nukem 3D, with stunning cyberpunk visuals, Turbo Overkill is the most savage FPS ever released by Apogee. You play as Johnny Turbo, augmented with hidden arm rockets and a chainsaw that extends from your lower leg allowing you to slide-slice enemies wide open.

In this Blade Runner-meets-DOOM hellscape, Johnny returns to his hometown of Paradise and finds its entire population possessed by Syn, a rogue AI, and its army of augmented minions. Desperate for enough money to outrun his past mistakes, Johnny takes on the impossible job of destroying the greatest AI ever created. Rival bounty hunters want to claim the prize first. Nothing is easy in paradise.

Turbo Time, wall-running, dashing and grappling hooks, oh my

Turbo Overkill takes over-the-top to never-before-reached heights. Activate Turbo Time(™), a new form of slow motion with a twist. Build incredible speed by wall-running and dashing. Slide on your chainsaw leg, eviscerating foes and opening up bosses for critical damage, and go car-surfing on the hoods of flying cars. Blast away with the Twin Magnums, which lock-on and instagib several foes, the Boomer Shotgun and its attached grenade launcher, or the Telefragger sniper rifle, which teleports Johnny inside an enemy before they explode from within.

Race through two dozen stages packed with secrets, bonus arena stages, and white-knuckle combat puzzles. Find game-changing collectibles to unlock punishing modifiers like triple-monster-speed and insta-kill. Combine all of Johnny’s weapons and powers to outsmart, outgun and outrun the corrupted legions.

TL;DR:

o Kill a boss, get its augment (special power)
o Play Spider-Man with your grappling hook
o One-up Duke Nukem with your chainsaw slide-slice kick
o Kills = cash. Use cash to install augments, upgrade your weapons, and add new abilities in your talent tree
o Be a ghost runner while wall running
o Attack from above riding the hood of your flying car like a kung-furious badass
o Mini-rockets built into your robotic arm? ✔
o This. List. Will. Grow. Wishlist the game to see it happen

Don't quote us on nuthin'

Turbo Overkill is fast, frenetic and ferocious—excess personified,” said Sam Prebble, one half of Trigger Happy Interactive. “This is the game we’ve always wanted to play; making it is a dream project. Relentless enemies, extremely deadly and fun weapons, speed and precision above all else—if you love Quake III Arena, modern and classic DOOM, or Apogee’s legendary first-person shooters, you’ll feel right at home in Paradise.”

“As the guy who helped launch the shooter genre with Wolfenstein 3D, Rise of the Triad, Duke Nukem 3D, Max Payne, and Prey, I haven’t been this excited about an FPS since the golden era of Apogee/3D Realms,” wrote Scott Miller, founder. “Turbo Overkill is a sandbox of fun and original gameplay ideas that come together like a night of melty hot pizza and your favorite cold, frothy brew. Playing this game made me a Turbo Lover all over again.”

Mature Content Description

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Contains Graphic Violence

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: CPU with 2+ GHz, 4 cores
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or R9 390X
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Specs not finalized
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: CPU with 3+ GHz, 8 cores
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce RTX 3050 or Radeon RX 6500 XT
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Specs not finalized

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