It’s been about a month since we wrote about Big Games and Lionsgate’s upcoming top-down strategy shooter “Reservoir Dogs: Bloody days“, and during that time it’s been rather quiet on the development front. However, today the silence was broken. You see, Big Star Games just informed me (Robin Ek, TGG) that Bloody Days lands on Steam on the 18th of May:

“Hello Robin, I am writing to you to inform you that today at 6 PM CET I will be sending a media alert announcing the official release date of the videogame on Steam Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days –May, 18– along with the new official trailer: https://youtu.be/xyobAib4GlU”Big Games

Furthermore, there is now a brand-new trailer for “Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days” as well (you can watch that one down below). So, are you excited for Bloody Days? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!

About Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days:
Shoot, kill, steal and die in pure Reservoir Dogs style as you play this top-down strategy shooter.

Unique Time-Rewind Gameplay
Don’t try again, rewind. Control characters for overlapping bursts of time, in a single-player co-op mode and discover endless possibilities.
Take advantage of this highly addictive and strategic mechanic in tension-filled robberies and shootouts.

18 bloody heists
Adrenaline-filled heists with tons of blood and cops to shoot at as you dodge the law enforcement.

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