Over the past few weeks, the first preview of RoboCop: Rogue City has been showcased to numerous media outlets and journalists. Are you eager to find out what they had to say?

RoboCop: Rogue City, the highly anticipated video game based on the iconic franchise, recently held closed showings for media representatives and journalists to experience an action-packed demo. As we eagerly awaited the initial impressions from these lucky few, IGN took the lead by publishing a comprehensive article accompanied by an exciting hands-on video preview.

Rogue City immediately makes you feel like a boss-level threat (...) Overall, Rogue City has the makings of a faithful homecoming for RoboCop fans. The demo immediately nails the franchise’s exaggerated badass tone and it’s pumped to the gills with humor, violence, and all the movie callbacks you’d hope for.

writes Emma Matthews

During interviews with various media outlets, game director Piotr Łatocha shared intriguing insights into how RoboCop's iconic slow and precise movement would translate into the fast-paced world of a first-person shooter (FPS). Let's explore the highlights from these interviews and discover how RoboCop's tank-like attributes align with a genre known for speed and agility.

The positive reception to RoboCop: Rogue City continues to grow, with Mirror Magazine recently updating its readers about the game's promising direction. Describing it as "the game they deserve," the publication highlights how the game successfully pays homage to the satirical origins of the beloved 80s franchise.

If you’re a veteran Robocop fan aching for a video game that gives the IP the AAA treatment it deserves, this isn’t it. But I mean this as a compliment. Robocop: Rogue City is a significant step up on Teyon’s previous games, yet one filled with enough AA charm that perfectly suits this satirical world where you play as a hulking machine law enforcement officer policing a rundown version of retro Detroit. The game doesn’t launch on PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC until September, yet as it stands I’d buy it for a dollar (maybe more).

writes Aaron Potter

We also encourage you to take a look at a video by MathChief calling the game "the most BADASS game I've seen in a long time"😎.

RoboCop: Rogue City is coming later this year to PC. Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. Wishlist now on Steam and PlayStation 5!