Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is a stylish homage to the Dreamcast era, but it still has a few new tricks up its sleeve. A new trailer shown by Team Reptile shows all that the game’s world has to offer, including new ways to play BMX bikes, skateboarding and inline skating. The Jet station– beautiful action graffiti game is slated for release in 2022, and a note from game director Dion Koster stating that the team is “working hard” on releasing the game this year.
The new trailer features a new track called “AGUA” by Bx’treme and includes a comment explaining why the team decided to include skateboarding, skating, and BMX. According to Koster, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk “It’s a street game,” and it was intended to be “a major street-culture symphony” about childhood emotions when visiting places like skate parks. In that spirit, the team decided to bring new extreme sports into the game.
Koster also gives potential players a tip: Obviously, how players get around the city will play an important role in the game. “Style is more than just looks,” says Koster. “Many secrets can be found by getting points and performing combos throughout the level.”
In Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, You won’t just do sick things. You’ll also spray graffiti and avoid the law as you try to be the King of all cities. The developers also announced that the game will feature new music from composer Hideki Naganuma, the man behind Jet station and Jet Set Radio FutureIconic soundtracks.
Team Reptile disclosure Bomb Rush Cyberfunk in 2020. So far, we know that the game is coming to Nintendo Switch and Windows PC.
https://www.polygon.com/22869218/bomb-rush-cyberfunk-skateboarding-rollerblading-bmx-jet-set-radio Bomb Rush Cyberfunk shows skateboarding, rollerblading, BMX in the trailer