For Xbox gamers interested in new things and out-of-the-box experiences, we have good news. BPM: Bullets Per Minute has arrived on Microsoft consoles.
Vibrate to the rhythm of the music with the controller in hand
Available for just over a year on PC, BPM Bullets Per Minute is finally taking the plunge on the American side. As we announced earlier this year, the FPS, rhythmic roguelike from the studio AWE Interactive is now playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S.
Remember that this video game experience, to say the least original, mixes no less than three genres on its own.
The concept of the game is based on your ability to reload your weapon and shoot enemies to the rhythm of the music that evolves as you progress.
The slightest misstep is forbidden
Your progression, which takes place through procedurally designed dungeons, follows a simple but effective pattern. You must move from room to room after having exterminated the enemies that you find in each of them.
However, be careful, because the difficulty of the title lies, of course, in the fact of respecting the rhythm of the music when sending some cartridges to your opponents.
To achieve this, two criteria must be met: have good hearing and be as accurate as the music role when shooting. Only under these two conditions will you be able to complete each dungeon, whose exits are guarded by rather difficult bosses.
To be complete, it should be noted that owners of an Xbox Series X can enjoy a 4K screen at 60 FPS. The game can also be played on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.