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HD Remaster of POSTAL Announced for Windows, Steam OS and Mac in Spring 2016; Playstation 4 release to Follow

After 19 years and millions of downloads, developers, Running With Scissors are remaking their classic twin-stick shooter POSTAL, which will arrive with new content. POSTAL Redux releases on Steam for Windows, SteamOS and Mac in Spring 2016, with a PlayStation 4 release also confirmed later in the year.

POSTAL Redux see’s players take control of The POSTAL Dude as he battles to survive in a world gone completely insane. Crazed gunmen are out for blood and wait around every corner. Players fight back with a destructive arsenal as they make their way through a kill-or-be-killed psychological thriller.

Running With Scissors have a new mode for POSTAL Redux with Rampage Mode, a new single-player mode based around a scoring system, which encourages an aggressive style of play by increasing a multiplier for each consecutive kill in a streak. Players will receive a grade following the completion of each level.

POSTAL Redux will maintain the elements that made the original POSTAL world-renowned. The grim art style, frightening ambience, the omnipresent “demonic voice” and the marching band will be faithfully recreated in this modern day take on a title which became a symbol for free speech in gaming.

Vince Desi, founder of Running With Scissors had this to say,

[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]”Even with all the noise surrounding POSTAL, gamers focused on the experience, playing the game by the millions, giving it great user reviews and helping us not only survive, but flourish. POSTAL Redux is a love letter to our fans,” said .[/box]

POSTAL Redux launches Spring 2016 for Windows, Steam OS and Mac with a PlayStation 4 version coming later in the year.

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