We have some bad news for Bulletstorm fans as Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Enhanced release seems to be canceled. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Enhanced release has disappeared from the official list of upcoming games with Xbox One X support.
Previously, Bulletstorm was among the list of upcoming titles and the game was listed as “in development”. The game was listed to get a 4k ultra HD support on Xbox One X without HDR. Xbox One X was criticized for not supporting many games at launch but slowly Microsoft proved us wrong by bringing some of the best games to it.
Though the removal of Bulletstorm from the list is a disappointment. We have no idea what really happened and what was the cause for this sudden cancellation.
Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition released last year and it brought 4K support, new ECHO maps, Anarchy mode, previous add-ons and 12 different co-op challenges for you to complete. It’s the remaster of the original Bulletstorm game which released back in 2011.
It’s very fun to play and you can perform different tricky kills in it. Also, there’s Duke Nukem available as a DLC which allows you to play as one of the most iconic characters throughout the game.
Gearbox Software publishing has yet to respond to the situation so keep your hopes high as it could be postponed to release sometime later.
Now as for PlayStation 4 users, they are in luck as Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is absolutely free for PS Plus subscribers in November. You can turn on your PS4 right now and download the game for unlimited fun.
People Can Fly is also expected to be working on a Bulletstorm sequel. Last year we had the chance to talk to them and they revealed that the sequel entirely depends on the success of Full Clip.
If you have a PS4 Pro then you should definitely play it once again as it supports 4k. According to People Can Fly, the game looks incredible on PS4 Pro.
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is now available to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.