Furious 4 gameplay footage offers glimpse of 'brutal first-person shooter'

A bit of gameplay footage from Gearbox Software's Furious 4 popped up this week on a FX demo reel create by a FX artist who worked on the game.

In the video, we see the team of four crashing through the doors of a nazi-filled pub before the video hops through a montage of first-person scenes that feature jetpacks, a helicopter and lots of explosions.

Back in February, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford said that the game, which started out as a Brothers in Arms title, had evolved into its own game. As of earlier this year, a publisher had not yet been signed for Furious 4.

Furious 4 is a "brutal first-person shooter that offers an exciting campaign mode playable with up to four players in co-op, as well as an extensive competitive multiplayer mode," according to the LinkedIn profile for senior FX artist Nick Peterson, who created the demo reel. "The story follows four fierce and fearless warriors tracking the Furhrer[sic] himself. As one of the Furious 4, players will use special weaponry and unexpected combat abilities to fight the greatest threat the world has ever faces: an experimental Nazi army conceived in secret by the Third Reich."

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