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Bulletstorm’s violence get even more graphic

Ah, Bulletstorm. It was a breath of fresh air when it launched on Xbox 360 in 2011. While the ‘Full Clip Edition’, released onto Xbox One in 2017, brought some nice improvements (particularly the 60FPS) it still felt kind of dated. Well, if you own the game and an Xbox One X, you might be interested to know that some more improvements are headed your way. According to the official Gearbox Twitter account, a patch adding 4K support to the game is on its way. You can check out the Tweet below –

While this update may seem a little late, it’s better late than never. If you’re after some crazy action with over the top set pieces and an 80s throwback vibe then you’ll have a ‘blast’ with Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition. If you’re unfamiliar with the game then you can check out the official description of the game as well as a trailer down below –

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition

Step into the boots of Grayson Hunt after a crash landing on an abandoned resort planet forces him to make a hard choice: survival or revenge. An exiled member of the elite assassin group Dead Echo, Grayson’s blind desire for vengeance finds his crew stranded on Stygia where he can finally confront the commander behind his betrayal—or get his team off the planet alive.
Battle your way through throngs of Stygia’s mutated inhabitants, performing masterful kills throughout the single-player campaign—or one of 30 competitive score-challenge or 12 co-operative multiplayer maps—using Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition’s unique “Skillshot” system that rewards you for executing the most creative and deadly kills imaginable.
Bulletstorm: Full Clip edition is the definitive Bulletstorm experience that includes all existing Bulletstorm add-ons, plus brand-new content exclusive to Full Clip!

Do you own Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition? Are you a fan? Will you be dipping back in or picking it up to check it out in glorious 4K? Share your thoughts in the comments section down below –

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at our sister site XboxEnthusiast, Steve also has a serious love for Nintendo. His first console was an N64 and it was love at first sight. He may specialise in racing games but will give anything a shot. He's also a serious guitar player and musician. Basically, Steve rocks. Need we say more?

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