The announcement of publisher Reef Entertainment and developer Teyon’s Terminator: Resistance back in September took us by surprise. What’s more surprising now is that the game will see a delay for North American gamers.
Reef Entertainment has released two brand new trailers for its upcoming shooter Terminator: Resistance. The new trailer showcase more of the title’s gameplay. More specifically, the trailers completely focus on combat while the smaller trailer focuses more on game combat rather than features or gameplay.
The developer has also revealed that console players will now need to wait until December 10, 2019, to play the game.
The PC release date for the game is however still the same November 5, 2019. The game looks pretty good for a Terminator title and it comes in good time when Terminator: Dark Fate is everywhere.
The game is set almost 30 years after Judgement Day and features the same world where SKYNET has taken over the world and machines rule the planet.
Players will get to experience the Future War as it was featured in The Terminator and T2: Judgement Day. Players will step in the shoes of Jacob Rivers who finds himself in the middle of the battle with SKYNET wanting him dead and Jacob joining the resistance against SKYNET. The game takes place in Lost Angeles.
The second trailer released by Reef Entertainment gives us more information about the game mechanics and story.
You can see from the trailers that Terminator: Resistance looks like a pretty decent game. It’s not too mind-blowing when it comes to visuals but maybe the final release would be better than the one shown in the trailer however considering the fact that the release is right around the corner, it might not be too drastically different.
Terminator: Resistance is slated for release on November 15, 2019, on PC worldwide and consoles in UK and Australia. The Console release for the USA has been delayed until December 10, 2019.