The year 2020 has truly been a bizarre year to date, so it seems only fitting that a new first-person-shooter game, with its soul concept of going around killing spiders, gets a release date... of course it does.
This bizarre FPS game entitled 'Kill It With Fire' looks to be the real deal and a real hit with the Arachnophobia community. After all, who really likes spiders?
The game itself, engineered by Casey Donnellan Games, is literally an all-singing, all-dancing fantasy brought to life where you can literally go around slaying and eliminating spider by any means necessary.
Players are able to explore a variety of environments and essentially completely destroy their entire surroundings as they look to battle the hairy creepy-crawlies.
Flamethrowers, guns, hammers and Shuriken all at your disposal within your arsenal. For lack of a better word, it looks... cathartic.
The actual game's description reads: "The spider - mankind's most ancient and deadly nemesis.
"As a licensed Kill It With Fire exterminator, it's time to fight back! Assemble your arsenal of increasingly excessive weapons, track spiders across suburbia, and burn everything in your path!
"To defeat spiders you must exploit their one weakness: FIRE. Or bullets. Or explosions, throwing stars, gettin' smushed by stuff...pretty much anything, really. But that doesn't mean it'll be easy - first you've gotta find the spiders. Use state-of-the-art arachnid tracking technology to pinpoint your quarry's location among hundreds of potential hiding spots - then, torch everything and smash the spider with a frying pan after it runs out. It's the only way to be sure."
Casey Donnellan confirmed that 'Kill It With Fire' will be released to Steam on August 13; not before a demo of the game is released before-hand, showcasing players a glimpse of what is likely in store for them after acquisition.
Let's just be brutally honest, you're going to be hard-fetched trying to find somebody who genuinely, actually, truthfully enjoys the company of a hairy, eight-legged spindly spider; so, in truth with that assumption alone, this game looks to be a very big hit indeed.
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