Outpost Delta for PS4, NS & XB1 – Run, dodge & shoot!!!

Outpost Delta

PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox™One Ι Genre: Cosmic Run ‘n Gun

Voyages to other planets, encounters with extraterrestrial lifeforms, utopian social speculation, and futuristic predictions; these are the most popular tropes of the sci-fi genre. Started with the Copernican revolution (1543), due to the dizzying expansion of the cosmos, the encounter with alienness, a very new way of thinking about time and space; that led to a division between longstanding religious ways of understanding existence and the new non-magical scientific approach to the cosmos.

From the Earth to the Moon

Before exploring the sidereal space, the first destination of proto SF genre was the moon; Johannes Kepler’s A Dream, or Lunar Astronomy (1634), Francis Godwin’s space-journey adventure The Man in the Moone or, a Discourse of a Voyage Thither by Domingo Gonsales, the Speedy Messenger (1638), or Cyrano de Bergerac’s The Other World, or the States and Empires of the Moon (1657) are the firsts sci-fi novels appeared on Earth.

After them, even more, authors gave their contributions to expand the genre to unimaginable heights; and, it’s only around the 19th century, that space loses its monopoly to reach alternative horizons in time and space.
With the advent of cinema, especially between 1960 and 1980, even more, sci-fi stories started to leave the paper to be impressed on celluloid; with the release of magnificent space-operas like Star Wars or Star Trek, millions of people around our planet started to be live incredible adventures among the stars increasing hugely our capacity to visualize far far away galaxies (and living beings).

Showing no signs of slowing down; even the video game industry has been charmed about sci-fi since its earliest days. We bet that every one of us remembers well actual masterpieces like Space Invaders, Metroid, or Gears of War. Despite they are permeated with pseudo-science; only video games can give us the wonderful opportunity to visit a billion light-years far celestial bodies without leaving home.
So if also you, like us at Playasia, are a fan of science fiction; you will be happy to know that the retro-styled gem Outpost Delta is available for PS4, NS & XB1!


Providing an incredibly fast-paced biomechanical blasting, Outpost Delta for PS4, NS & XB1 is a true declaration of love to the 16-Bit age; with fresh gameplay elements and an incredible chiptune soundtrack to listen to at full volume, this is another unmissable indie title that can’t be missed in any digital collection.

Set in a far-future inside the last earth’s outpost; you are Delta a heavily armed soldier whose mission is to protect the world from an invasion of biomechanical alien beings.
Mixing traditional platforming with modern twin-stick shooting; Outpost Delta is a retro extravaganza with hordes of creatures, gigantic bosses, and much more to eradicate; aesthetically impressive, we suggest you don’t get much time to just sit down and admire the environment… because invaders are here to conquer Earth, and just one misstep is enough to fall into their claws. Perfect for gamers who are looking for a challenge, explore the immense outpost freely; here, nothing is like on Earth, you must rely on all your intelligence, training, and resources to survive…

In Outpost Delta for PS4, NS & XB1 there’s no option!
You are the last (and toughest) protection force alive; more powerful than a mere human, Delta is here to fight against the ultimate threat, like anyone before. Time is ticking away… move fast & shoot faster because every second can make the difference; with hundreds of hi-tech rooms to explore, Outpost Delta is more than a game, it’s an astonishing digital-only voyage to the borders of the universe!


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