The BPM rhythm shooter will arrive at the console in early October

The developers at Awe Interactive, in collaboration with Playtonic Friends, have announced the release date of a console version of their BPM rhythm shooter: Bullets Per Minute. And the players won't have to wait long, as they will see on October 5th.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners can enjoy it, but the game will also be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S thanks to backward compatibility. In addition, it will offer running in up to 4K and 60 FPS (60 FPS will also have versions for older consoles).

In addition, the title on the console will still come out with the content update Overdrive, which brings 5 ​​new playable characters, 3 weapons, 2 difficulties, and 1 new chapter.

You can buy the PC version on Steam, where it will cost you 16.79 euros (430 CZK).

In addition, this variant received an update last week that improves its operation, so even players with weaker computers should enjoy it better.

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