Strange Brigade: Release Date, Trailers, Gameplay, and News

What we know about Strange Brigade, including latest news, release date, trailers, and much more!

Sniper Elite development team Rebellion has revealed the latest supernatural addition to the series. Strange Brigade will take players to the “remote corners of the British Empire” where they will the need to combat various supernatural forces with the help of firearms, explosives, and good ole’ melee attacks. 

Much like the Nazi Zombie Army series, Strange Brigade is a 1-4 player shooter experience that emphasizes co-op gameplay. Basically, you should be thinking of Left 4 Dead when imagining the kind of chaotic gameplay this title will surely offer. 

Strange Brigade distinguishes itself from the co-op shooter pack with its serial adventure inspired universe that seems to take more cues from the Universal monster movies than George Romero. The brief reveal trailer for the game reveals what appears to be ancient Egyptian mythological monsters, cave-dwelling creatures, and other guardians of legend who look a tad bit more formidable than the average member of the walking dead.

Here’s everything else you need to know:

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Strange Brigade News

Here’s another look at Strange Brigade‘s action-packed gameplay before it launches later this month:

Strange Brigade Release Date

Strange Brigade will launch on August 28, 2018. The game is coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. 

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Strange Brigade Trailer

Here’s another gameplay trailer:

This trailer focuses on the bounty of post-release content you’ll get via the game’s season pass. Take a look at what you can expect from the game. 

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This developer playthrough of Strange Brigade from E3 2018 reveals a level from the promising co-op shooter. 

Here are the other trailers released thus far:

And here are 14 more minutes of gameplay:

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