A remake of ‘Postal’ announced for PS4

Developer Running With Scissors has announced that is working currently in a remake of the forced-stroke shooter title released in 1997, Postal, which will be released soon this same year on PlayStation 4 and PC under the name Postal Redux.

This new installment will try to follow the same guidelines established by the original delivery, but at the same time it will have a new version of the soundtrack, updated graphics, new sound effects, dialogue scenes, much more gameplay. more adapted to our generation and a new points-based game mode called “Rampage Mode” in which we will be rewarded with points for achieving consecutive kills.

If you are interested in taking a look at the trailer for this new version, you can do so at the announcement trailer next:

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