Fans of action movies from the 80’s are doing well this year, with Rambo and John McClane heading to Call of Duty: Warzone in May this year. However, the influence of the 80’s on gaming does not seem to end in the near future, a new game RoboCop was announced at Nacon’s Connect.
A game called RoboCop: Rogue City should be released for both consoles and PCs sometime in 2023. It is not clear which console the title will come from. RoboCop: Rogue City is being developed by Teyon, a Polish developer with a history of making action-based game games from the 1980s. The developer previously worked on Rambo: The Video Game from 2014 and Terminator Resistance from 2019, which was recently ported to PlayStation 5.
With a game two years away, it’s hard to say exactly what it’s about. However, a trailer released today according to Nacon, suggests that players will be cleaning up the average streets of Old Detroit, the environment of RoboCop movies.
If you’re looking for more RoboCop in games, the only other place to find it is Mortal Kombat 11. The action hero was added to the game in June 2020 as a DLC character, along with other action movie characters, including Rambo and Terminator.