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Bomb Rush Cyberfunk Delays Its Jet Set Radio-Flavored Gameplay to 2022, Gets New Trailer

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk delay delayed 2022 Team Reptile

Team Reptile just released a new trailer for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, in addition to delaying the game’s release into 2022. It’s a stylish trailer that starts off with a song called “Get Enuf” by Hideki Naganuma, who composed the music for Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future, and he is also in charge of the music in Bomb Rush Cyberfunk as well.

The trailer showcases a sprawling metropolis where players can traverse the city using various railings and city architecture. Grinding, sliding, wallrunning, and tricking in both the air and on the ground are all part of the game’s unique trick system. The goal for you and your crew is to scour as many spots as you can in multiple neighborhoods to paint graffiti. Once you gain a high-enough reputation, you can challenge local crews for their territory.

You’ll also have access to a boostpack in Bomb Rush Cyberfunk that will allow you to reach even tighter areas. Activating graffiti mode in an appropriate area will suspend you in mid-air. The type of graffiti piece you make depends on the targets you hit and the sequence you make. The bigger the spot, the more targets you must hit before time runs out.

Landing trick and graffiti combos will convert your score into boost power. So the more stylish your combos are, the more boost power you have to explore the city with. More intense combos will allow you to activate Bomb Rush Mode, providing you with infinite boost power.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk was originally scheduled to release this year, but now it will launch next year on PC and “all relevant platforms.”

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