May 19, 2024
Cycling delivery game Parcel Corps gets an exciting gameplay trailer at Gamescom, and it looks to deliver the goods. Watch the trailer here!

Initially shown off at this year’s Summer Game Fest during the PC Gaming Show, Parcel Corps is back at Gamescom. And this time we have gameplay footage to get excited over. Think of Parcel Corps as Jet Set Radio Future meets Totally Reliable Delivery Service.

Described as a high-octane thrill ride with whacky characters, the game looks to be a total blast. The trailer shows off some of the technical side of the gameplay, mainly the manoeuvrability you’ll have on the bike and the exciting level design.

From the Press Release –

Skid onto the sun kissed streets of New Island, where three bicycle courier corporations are vying to become the biggest, most profitable business in town! Pick a side then lock handlebars forming two-wheeled rivalries in pursuit of market share, influence, and a modest income.

But this honest struggle to make ends meet is swiftly threatened by the arrival of Rich Villainé, CEO of crude oil exploration company Polar Petroleum PLC. Villainé’s political ambitions place him on a collision course with New Island’s bicycle messengers.

As the details of his maniacal plan become clear, it will be up to you, humble player, to *checks notes* save the world! All while delivering delicious food, valuable parcels, and sensitive documents in 32 minutes or less…

Parcel Corps gameplay screenshot

Parcel Corps currently has a release window of 2024 and we cannot wait to get our hands on the game when it releases for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC via Steam which you can wishlist here.


Source – Press Release

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