Necromunda: Hired Gun is an FPS video game developed by Streum On Studio, set in the Warhammer 40k universe. It takes place in the gritty and violent world of Necromunda, a hive city filled with dangerous gangs, mutated creatures, and powerful factions.
In Necromunda: Hired Gun, players take on the role of a bounty hunter known as a "Hired Gun," who is tasked with completing various missions, ranging from assassinations to rescue actions, while navigating through the city's treacherous environments. The story begins with the Hired Gun being employed by a mysterious client to assassinate a high-ranking member of a rival gang. As the character progresses in the story, he uncovers a larger conspiracy involving factions within Necromunda. Along the way, the Hired Gun encounters many characters, including a tech priest, a powerful gang leader, and a former ally turned enemy.
The gameplay in Necromunda Hired Gun is designed to be fast and fluid, with a focus on mobility and agility. During combat, players can summon their Cyber Mastiff to assist them. The Cyber Mastiff will attack enemies and distract them, giving the owner a chance to take them out from a distance or flank them for a surprise attack. Players can also issue commands to their companions, such as ordering them to attack a specific enemy or stay in a certain location.
In the Necromunda Hired Gun game, players have access to a wide range of weapons and abilities, which can be customized and upgraded to suit their playstyle. There are many ranged weapons, including pistols, shotguns, rifles, and plasma guns, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. In addition, melee weapons such as power knives can be used, to take down enemies up close.
- Fast and fluid first-person shooting gameplay
- Players can acquire and upgrade Cyber Mastiffs, robotic dogs that can be used in combat
- Many different enemies, including gangs, mutants, and other deadly foes
- The game's story revolves around bounty hunting, with players taking on dangerous missions to track down and eliminate high-value targets