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GUN JAM: Kills To The Sound of the Beat in the Official Gameplay Trailer


Jaw Drop Games and Raw Fury show the power of EDM/FPS action in Gun Jam’s gameplay reveal trailer, showcased at the Future Games Show

Developer Jaw Drop Games and publisher Raw Fury are pumped to reveal the full first look at the gameplay of the upcoming rhythm-based first-person shooter GUN JAM. While a teaser released this past January introduced the game’s vibrant new look, the latest video, featured at GamesRadar’s Future Games Show, gets into the action, showing its signature beat-matching mechanics. The video also unveils more of the game’s hypnotic original soundtrack with the EDM track “Fuel Cell,” as well as some of its striking environments.

In GUN JAM, the omnipresent “Beat” controls all while citizens dance to the Speaker’s ruling tune. Your job is to rebel and break out of its hypnotic flow. An original, multi-genre soundtrack composed of EDM, metal, and trap helps you get your firefighting groove on across a series of unique environments in the vibrant city of Mubel. Match your gunshots to the beat pattern to fend off hordes of tranced-out troopers to survive the musical dystopia and restore freedom to the masses.

GUN JAM features unique, beat-pattern shooting mechanics with exciting firefights synced to an original, multi-genre soundtrack. The game adapts to different music, environments, and enemies as you progress, as you are immersed in the fictional world’s art style and vibrant surroundings all of which react to the music featured in the game.

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