HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed heads to Xbox consoles this month

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Indie developer Digital Cybercherries has announced HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed is coming to Xbox consoles this month after its debut a couple years ago.

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on May 31st – preorders are now live over on the Microsoft Store and have a discount.

Their action figure themed shooter was originally released for Windows PC (via Steam) and Nintendo Switch back in 2020.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:

HELP SGT. MAX AMMO TO DEFEAT MAJOR EVIL AND SAVE THE HYPERCORE!

There was once an ancient line of action figures, who created a magical power source that would allow humans to keep their favourite childhood memories of their toys. This ancient power source is known as the Hypercore.

Inside the Hypercore are the beloved memories of our favorite toys. If Major Evil destroys it, these memories will disappear forever. Defend it with everything you’ve got, or see our cherished toys turn into lost treasures of the past!

PLAY CO-OP WITH YOUR FRIENDS

Work together as a team to defend the Hypercore. Grab a friend, break out of your toy packaging, and get ready to fight waves of classic toys. Prepare for each wave by searching for weapons, resources, and even hidden secrets.

OFFLINE PLAY FOR SOLO PLAYERS

Not everybody likes to play online. Hypercharge supports Offline, Split-Screen and Local play. You can progress and unlock everything in-game while playing solo.

PLAYER BOTS

Don’t have a team to play with? Don’t worry, we’ve got you solo players covered. Player bots listen to your commands, collect resources, and even help to build defences.

UNLOCK ACTION FIGURES

Earn unlocks the old school way, in-game with hard work! No Pay-to-Win nonsense.

PLAYER VERSUS PLAYER MODES

Go head-to-head against other action figures as you fight to become top of the scoreboard! Classic PvP modes include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Battery, Infection, and King of the Hill.

Key Features

  • 1-4 player online/local co-op.
  • Full split-screen support including online/local.
  • Single player/offline play with player bots.
  • Difficulty scales based on the number of players.
  • Wave-based shooter with story campaign.
  • Classic PvP game modes. (up to eight players)
  • First and third-person camera modes.
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