3D Realms, creators of Duke Nukem 3D, Prey, and Max Payne, presents a hard-core first person shooter, powered by the legendary Quake-1 Tech. Crafted by the hands of Quake-scene necromancers, WRATH is the real deal. You will not survive…
The Old World has passed away. Amidst the ruins lurks an ageless fear. Outlander, once adrift upon the Ageless Sea, finds himself on the shores of a dying world. From the consuming gloom emerges a figure cloaked in white, the Shepherd of Wayward Souls, who burdens Outlander with hunting down the remaining Guardians of the Old World.
Traverse ancient crypts, sunken ruins, corrupted temples and howling forests with nine weapons and ten artifacts of dreadful might. Traditional firearms such as the double-barreled shotgun lay waste to foes and all have alternate fire abilities. The Retcher and the Fangspitter transform the cysts and teeth ripped from the corpses of enemies into death-dealing projectiles. Do not underestimate the adversary, for they grow great in number and power. Keep both mind and blade sharp to survive the dangers ahead.
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||Pentium 4 3ghz||Intel Core i3|
|VRAM||256 MB||1 GB|
|RAM||1 GB RAM||4 GB RAM|
|OS||Microsoft Windows® 7/8/8.1/10||Microsoft Windows® 10 64bit|
|Graphics Card||Nvidia Geforce 7950GT||Nvidia Geforce 710GT|
|Direct X||Version 9.0||Version 9.0|
|SOUND CARD||Integrated||Integrated or better|
|HDD Space||3 GB available space||3 GB available space|
|Game Analysis||Wrath: Aeon of Ruin isa fast-paced, retro-inspired fantasy FPS. In Wrath, you are the Outlander, washed ashore in a dead world and tasked with hunting down the Guardians of the Old World, exploring decrepit ruins, discovering secrets, and blowing everything into crimson-soaked giblets.Wraith: Aeon of Ruin will feature an arsenal of nine weapons (each with multiple fire modes) as well as 10 powerful artifacts and legions of deadly enemies. It’ll be composed of three hub area and 15 sprawling, interconnected levels with all the nifty secrets we used to expect from games.|