Ziggurat Interactive has announced that Deadly Dozen Reloaded is releasing on Nintendo Switch in Summer 2022. The game is a reimagining of the squad-based stealth game originally developed by NFusion Interactive back in 2001. This version has been rebuilt from the ground up with modern graphics and enhanced squad controls. Check out the trailer above via Gematsu

About the game:

Create a squad of four from a roster of 12 playable characters, each with unique stats, weapon, and equipment proficiencies, and take them behind enemy lines to complete dangerous objectives crucial to the Allied war effort. Players can match their squad to their preferred playstyle, whether that means they want to go full stealth style, focus on run-and-gun action, or make some noise with loud but devastating explosions. Complete control of the squad is available in the form of the squad wheel — from here, players can call out squad movements, fire orders, stance and formation changes, and more. Additionally, direct control is never limited to just one of the four squad members, as players can swap their playable character at any time.

Key features of Deadly Dozen Reloaded include:

  • Reimagined for the Modern Era: Graphics and audio aren’t the only things receiving updates. Enemy AI is now more sophisticated, making fights more engaging, and reworked vehicle physics make driving to objectives more fun and realistic.
  • 10 Giant Missions: Large, faithfully recreated maps containing objectives that can be tackled in any order. Each mission will take over one hour to complete on normal difficulty.
  • Customizable Loadouts: Eleven different weapons — six American and five German — and seven types of equipment, including first aid kits, binoculars, and a variety of explosives, allow players to customize squad members to suit their play style and mission objectives.
  • No More Permadeath: Players can experience heart-pounding escapes with half of their team, and fallen squad-mates will recuperate for the next mission. No more reloading save files!

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