Live Free or Die Young – Ride to Hell Coming to Multiple Consoles
Deep Silver has announced some early details of its very first US bound title Ride to Hell produced by their internal development studio. The game is set in the last years of the roaring 1960s, a time of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. The biker movement, rock music and the hippie counterculture all adds to the atmosphere in Ride to Hell.
An action game with free roaming environments, players immerse themselves in the liberty and freedom of riding full throttle with their gang on a multitude of different vehicles through the dusty flats of Western America. Protecting their turf, their brothers and their machines from rival gangs is just a taste of what this epic game will involve.
Ride to Hell is not for the faint-hearted; it’s aimed heavily at the player who wants to become fully involved in the original West Coast biker culture. With its hard drinking, bare-knuckle environment, this is as close to the action as you can get without going to jail for murder, smelling of cabbage, catching an STD, getting beaten up on a regular basis, or dealing with a sore ass from riding your Harley all day everyday.
Deep Silver has included everything imaginable to make this an authentic experience. 1960s art style, music and scenery are included in the game to help get an idea of what Easy Rider was all about – sans Peter Fonda or Jack Nicholson.
This multi-platform game has been in development for over a year and is due for a worldwide release simultaneously on next-gen consoles and PC in the 2nd Quarter of 2009. For more information check back with us often.
Via: Press Release