G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced

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G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced
G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced

The GI Joe is back on the rampage with a new third-person shooter game for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, in which we control the good guys and the bad guys.

Hasbro’s soldiers GI Joe, who starred in a very 80s animated series and a couple of modern movies, are now returning as a new video game for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

GI Joe: Operation Blackout, developed by Game Mill (specialized in family short games and licenses, such as Nickelodeon Kart Racers or Zombieland Double Tap Road Trip), will be a multiplayer campaign third-person shooter.

In the story, we can control classic characters such as Duke, Snake Eyes, Strom Shadow, or the Baroness. That is, both the Joe and the Cobra since the 18 missions of the campaign will be divided into two teams, with 12 playable characters in total.

G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced

G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced
G.I Joe Operation Blackout Finally Announced

On the other hand, there will be a local cooperative for two players with split-screen and online PvP modes, with classic modes such as capture the flag or assault.

While, GI Joe: Operation Blackout (is a team-based third-person shooter game) is out on October 13 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, also in physical format. Unlike his “sister” Transformers, GIJoe has never lavished much on consoles, so this game is a pleasant surprise for fans, especially those of the series and comics of the 80 because it is much closer to its spirit than modern movies.

Which by the way, next year the franchise will also return with a movie, Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins, in which none other than Úrsula Corberó plays the Baroness. We haven’t seen a trailer or footage yet, but the movie is already finished, and it would have been released this October if it weren’t for the coronavirus.

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