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After launching in May with added Linux support, Fury Unleashed is set to get a big update in a few months adding in online play based on feedback from players.

Seems the launch went well with Fury Unleashed getting some pretty high praise all around.They had a clear vision with wanting it to feel something of a mix between the likes of Dead Cells, Rogue Legacy and shooters like Metal Slug and they've mostly succeeded in that. I'm continually impressed by the visuals in it. This is not a run-of-the-mill action platformer, some of the visuals are absolutely incredible and it's worth playing for that alone. They also released a new overview video to give a better look at the game:

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While there's no date set for the inclusion of the added online co-op mode other than "in a few months", it will be coming as soon as they're able to finish it.

Sounds like it's fun for people who livestream games too. We've not tested that part of it but when the game is linked up with something like Twitch, viewers get to vote on things like what rewards come from in-game portals and choosing difficulty for each chapter.

You can buy Fury Unleashed on Humble Store and Steam. You can also find the free Prologue to try and and see if it's your thing.

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