As is well known, the cooperative shooter “Payday 3” will be released later this year. As the Starbreeze developers have clarified, the switch to the Unreal engine will result in the same game being offered on PC and consoles this time.
In the past few weeks, the responsible developers at Starbreeze gave us fresh details on the upcoming coop shooter “Payday 3” and pointed out that the studio is satisfied with the development progress so far.
In addition, the studio spoke again in a recent statement and promised that the times of “Payday 2”, in which PC gamers enjoyed various advantages both technically and in terms of content, will be over with “Payday 3”. Instead, the switch to the Unreal engine will result in the same gameplay and experience being offered on consoles and PC this time around, according to the developer.
“Now that we’re developing the game in the Unreal engine, we can ensure that the PC and console versions are the same game and not separate games,” the studio said.
Developers are sticking to the release this year
Even if tangible game scenes are still in short supply, those responsible at Starbreeze recently assured us once again that “Payday 3” will definitely be released this year. As was already confirmed in 2021, “Payday 3” with Dallas, Hoxton, Chains and Wolf focuses on the characters known from the predecessor and enters the world of organized crime once again.
According to the developer, the story of the latest offshoot begins after the events of “Payday 2”. You find yourself in a digitally dominated world, where software giants, cryptocurrencies, mass surveillance or the dark web play an important role and offer ample potential to line your pockets with illegal activities.
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Payday 3 is scheduled for a PC, Xbox and PlayStation release. It is still unclear whether, in addition to the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S, the old generation of consoles in the form of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One will also be supplied.
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