Currently, there are two versions of Strange Games’ multiplayer shooter Honor and Duty compatible with PlayStation VR, Honor and Duty: Arcade Edition from 2018 and Honor and Duty: D-Day which arrived earlier this year. In conjunction with Perp Games, the pair are going to release a retail store version called Honor and Duty: D-Day All Out War Edition, with a release date now scheduled for September.
Strange Games’ Honor and Duty franchise is a first-person shooter (FPS) set during WWII, ‘with Team Fortress style gameplay’ states Perp. For this physical release, both Honor and Duty: Arcade Edition and Honor and Duty: D-Day have been remastered.
Featuring single-player and multiplayer modes, Honor and Duty: Arcade Edition offers four types of characters for players to choose from Infantry, Medic, Heavy and Engineer, each with their own attributes and unlocked gradually as you progress. Killing enemies earns players currency which can then be spent on ammo and weapons such as rocket launchers, machine guns, and rifles. To enhance the strategy players can also train soldiers to fight alongside them and help claim objectives.
Honor and Duty: D-Day offers the potential for massive 32 player online matches across modes such as Team Deathmatch, Attack and Defend and Battle Royale. The title allows players to jump into planes, jeeps and tanks, as well as supporting PlayStation Aim. The big addition to the videogame is a single-player campaign mode.
“We’re very excited to work with Perp Games in delivering a physical release of the Honor and Duty franchise. They’ve been extremely easy to work with and very supportive during the process. Additionally, it’s great to work with a publisher who has so much experience with PSVR and the community. We look forward to a long relationship with Perp Games,” Reggie Strange, Managing Director at Strange Games in a statement.
“At Perp Games we love how the Honor and Duty brand is getting stronger and stronger. Strange Games is great at listening to what their fans want and continually building and adding content to their games. We feel a special boxed Edition is a perfect step in the development of this franchise,” adds Rob Edwards, Managing Director of Perp Games.