Police Stories gets September release date at E3 2019

Police Stories will bring bloody top-down action to the Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall.

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Police Stories was funded via Kickstarter in 2017. Now, the game is finally ready to release to the masses, and users can get their hands on Police Stories this September 19.

The news of the release date was revealed during the Kinda Funny Games E3 showcase, where we got a good look at the violent action that it portrays. Police Stories appears to follow the same overall style as Hotline Miami, offering brutal, top-down action for players to get lost in. We’ll have more information about the game soon.

In Police Stories, players will take control of cops John Rimes and Rick Jones as they must infiltrate buildings, take down gang hideouts, and rescue hostages—all while making arrests along the way. The game will feature cooperative play and it looks to be a very action-packed adventure and the latest trailer for the title definitely has us pumped for it.

Police Stories is coming to Switch and other consoles

According to the website, Police Stories will release on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. This means that players should have plenty of ways to play the upcoming title and enjoy its old-school looks and brutal gameplay. We will, of course, keep an eye out for any new developments about the game, and update our story as needed.


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