Chicken Police Coming To a Store Near You: Retail Version in June
The Film-Noir inspired cop-adventure game Chicken Police is heading to retail exclusively via Gamestop on June 15th, 2021 in Europe and June 29th, 2021 in the US. It will be available for PC, PlayStation®4 and Nintendo Switch™. The SRP will be EUR/USD 19.99 for PC and PS4 and EUR/USD 29.99 for Nintendo Switch.
Chicken Police features a stunningly peculiar visual style with artistic photo-manipulation and lifelike 3D backgrounds. The game convinces with a dark story and satire which recalls the mood and atmosphere inspired by classic film-noir movies of the 40’s. And like all the best noir detective stories, this one feels so gritty and desperate, that it can only be served with a side of cynical humor. Experience a carefully crafted world, a grim, sinister story, and absurd humor. All mixed up with elements of story-rich adventures and a visual novel style dialogue system, complete with a complex interrogation mechanic, detective gameplay and an ever-changing city.
Chicken Police is a story- and dialogue-heavy game combining elements of the visual novel and classic adventure genres. There will be more than 30 characters to talk to, with some requiring you to apply fierce interrogation tactics. Collect tons of clues, evidence and sensitive personal information from the shady characters of Clawville to be used ruthlessly against them!
Features:A thrilling, rich storylineA cinematic film-noir like experienceA complex interrogation systemLots of optional content and background loreLots of clues and collectiblesMore than 30 unique characters
About The Wild Gentlemen
“The Wild Gentlemen” is an independent game studio, working on its artistic game: Chicken Police, the “Orwellesque Buddycop Noir Adventure”. The team is based in Hungary and consists of six core members and four part-time contributors. Some team members have worked on projects like The Witcher 3, Call of Duty WWII, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, the Crysis series, Haegemonia or Ryse: Son of Rome. While individually, most of them have been active members of the games industry for over a decade, Chicken Police is their first joint project.