3D Realms – the legendary publisher behind series like Duke Nukem – is hosting Realms Deep 2021 this weekend. As part of this, there have been a number of world premieres and updates on some fan favourites.
This even includes some Switch-related announcements – so we’ve rounded everything up (including the trailers) into a single post. Enjoy!
Cultic – 2022
Cultic is a horror-themed shooter with classic visuals and modern combat developed by Jasozz Games and published by 3D Realms, launches a free shareware episode featuring the game’s first map on PC today. Investigate the horrors of mid-century Northwest America in a shooter built with sprites and voxels reminiscent of the ‘90s on PC, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch in 2022.
Ion Fury: Aftershock – Q1 2022
Ion Fury: Aftershock the upcoming expansion pack for the old-school first-person shooter developed by Voidpoint and published by 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment, continues Shelly Harrison’s adventure on Steam, Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation® 4, and Xbox One in Q1 2022. To bridge the gap between the upcoming expansion, a new patch for Ion Fury launches in September with revamped controller support, improved features for mappers, and improved weapon balancing. A new pocket inventory system gives Shelly the power to store power-ups for when she really wants to stick it to Dr. Jadus Heskel.
Graven – Coming 2022
Graven appears to have been delayed for consoles and will now release on Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PlayStation in 2022. At Realms Deep 2021, the developer showed off the second Early Access update for PC build:
Action, mystery, and a chance for redemption await you in the gritty action first person puzzler GRAVEN. Explore a dark fantasy world as a wrongly convicted man of faith. Battle the horrors of humanity, the wilds, and beyond using the environment, magic, and armaments. Update 2 features: Coop, Cruxfirth Archives, Weapons Upgrades, The Alchemist & more!
You can get a full recap of Realms Deep 2021 so far over on the official 3D Realms YouTube channel. Anything here you like the look of? Tell us down in the comments.