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Breakout: Recharged: Atari Brings Another Old Name [VIDEO]

The name Breakout doesn’t say much, but its gameplay is probably known to anyone born in the ’90s or before.

Breakout: Rechargedon is run by two studios, Adamvision Studios and SneakyBox, and the label will be far from the same Atari compared to the original 1970s, and because it also has a console (well, who remembers the Atari VCS?) it’s poised to rethink a classic IP as well as PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch (so it will be present on all major platforms except for the iOS/Android pair).

No kidding: Breakout hit arcades in 1976, and two of the three designers are surely familiar to many of the older age groups (Nolan Bushnell, Steve Wozniak, and Steve Bristow). The game, which can be called Wallbreaker in Hungarian, has faced new challenges and will be back. Breakout: Recharged takes challenges to a new level with new paint, a power-up called Thrilling, and an original soundtrack provided by award-winning Megan McDuffee.

The arcade mode will be limitless and our abilities will be tested with fifty levels of challenge, but there will be no recharged subtitle in the game without the power-ups. There will be rail guns (…anyone can tell players this isn’t a Quake III arena), heat-tracking missiles, IEDs as well as multi-ball powerups. We will need all the tools along with the feedback to rank high in the rankings.

Classic Breakout gameplay is once again blended with precise controls and modern visuals, and the game can be played in all modes in local co-op, which seems like an unusual idea in this example. Breakout: Recharged will be released on February 10 for Atari VCS, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC (steamAnd Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It’s an interesting move from Atari, but if there’s a demand for it, why not? It’s been a long time since 1976 (but if we count the look of the Atari 2600, it’s also been 44 years since it debuted “at home” in 1978)

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source: jimatsu