Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, Team Reptile’s upcoming action-adventure game heavily inspired by Jet Set Radio, is coming to Xbox and PlayStation on September 1 – two weeks after the game releases on PC and Nintendo Switch.
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk was announced back in 2020 by Team Reptile with confirmation that the game would release on Steam and the Nintendo Switch. The game will have players traverse around the in-game world, spraying graffiti and using boostpacks to reach new heights.
More interestingly, when the game was first revealed over three years ago, the developer also confirmed that Hideki Naganuma, the composer for Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future, would compose the music for the game.
The game was originally supposed to launch last year, but in August, Team Reptile confirmed that it would delay the release to summer 2023 while also confirming that Bomb Rush Cyberfunk would come to other consoles shortly after its initial release on PC and Switch. In April, the developer revealed that the game’s new release date for Steam and PC would be August 18.
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