New trailer for Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass reveals the release date
Pretty landscapes, “meditative” music and a crazy roaring headless man with bombs as hands – Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass cultivates its brand with the well-known elements.
In the new trailer you can see the scene described, but more. In the end we find out when we can plunge into the crazy action again.
In summer it is already so far: Serious Sam 4 will be released in August 2020 only for PC and Google Stadia. Developer Croteam and publisher Devolver are not more precise. Nevertheless, certainly good news for fans of the first-person shooter series, since the latest offshoot had become rather quiet recently.
Hundreds of thousands of monsters and rock hard music
With Serious Sam 4, the dimension is already in the name: The Planet Badass wants to release up to 100,000 monsters on the player at the same time. The gameplay trailer with developer comment shows how the masses look in action. You can watch a total of five gameplay trailers on the Steam site of Serious Sam 4
Nasty enemies: There you can also see which enemies you are dealing with in the first person shooter. Zombies, mutants and monsters of all shapes and colors pour in on you. Of course, there are the classics from the earlier series parts, such as the headless bomb vibrator mentioned, but also demons, which have certain similarities to opponents from Doom Eternal.
On the new screenshots you can see the monsters in Serious Sam 4:
Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass – View new screenshots from the shooter
All kinds of creaking: To survive the onslaught of the hordes, Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass gives you a sometimes unusual arsenal of weapons. Shotguns, assault rifles, rocket launchers, anti-aircraft guns and the like are supposed to transform the demonic hordes into small pieces of wood before they anticipate you.
Hot ears: Music is also covered on the Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass steam site. A rhythmic, hard and driving soundtrack should ensure that you fall into a kind of trance while playing. Even with the predecessors, music was an essential element to underline the threatening atmosphere.