“Contra: Rogue Corps” Now Available

Konami Digital Entertainment (Tokyo) — Konami Digital Entertainment today announced that Contra: Rogue Corps is now available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC (Stream) at participating digital and physical retail stores.

A twin stick, third-person action game, Contra: Rogue Corps has players complete missions and gather resources to upgrade their guns and body parts in a desperate attempt to stay alive in the Damned City. Players have the option to team up with friends online, bringing them to the campaign to mow-down enemies together. Additionally, players will have access to a local Couch CO-OP mode and a unique, up to 4v4 PVP online mode called Carnage League.

From the director of Contra III: The Alien Wars and Contra: Hard Corps, Nobuya Nakazato brings more than 25 years of franchise pedigree into Contra: Rogue Corps with enormous crazed enemies, over-the-top action and a cast of diverse playable characters that add to the irreverent tone of the game.

Several years after the events of the Alien Wars, Contra: Rogue Corps follows a group of former military mercenaries living on the fringes as bounty hunters and treasure finders in the Damned City. Survival requires fast reactions, powerful weapons, and the occasional organ and cybernetic augmentation.

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