Dec 06, 2016 06:11 AM EST
‘Filthy Lucre’ To Be Released On PC December; New Update Details Reveals [VIDEO]
"Filthy Lucre" will be released on PC Steam in December. New update details of the video game were also revealed.
"Filthy Lucre" on Steam
According to Gamasutra, game publisher and developer Fabrik has announced that "Filthy Lucre" will be coming to the PC through the Steam platform. It will be released on Dec. 12 and will only cost players $17.99 after its delay earlier this year.
"Filthy Lucre" discounts
The game publisher revealed that "Filthy Lucre" will launch with a limited item 40 percent discount. For those who will purchase two copies of the video game, they will get a 33 percent limited time discount for both copies.
"Filthy Lucre" improvements
Fabrik revealed the improvements they have done for "Filthy Lucre." They said that they will be introducing these improvements and new features in the PlayStation 4 version, which was launched earlier this year, in a new update coming soon.
"Filthy Lucre's" improvements include a feature where players can cover their tracks by bagging up and moving bodies. They introduced the new noise meter feature for stealth purposes. They have also improved the AI behavior to compensate for the new features implemented in the game.
Another batch of "Filthy Lucre's" improvements includes the improvement in combat and security camera visuals and behavior to add difficulty to the game. The weapon and gear unlock structure has been reordered since some players have been complaining about some unlocks were out of order. They also improved the game camera movement and the cover alcove indicator.
"Filthy Lucre" details
According to the official website of Fabrik, "Filthy Lucre" is a tactical stealth heist game. It supports both single player and co-op gameplay and it can be done by split screen and online. The game is set in a dark and crime plagued London and it had 15 missions across five locations, with over 30 weapons and gadgets to unlock.
Check out the "Filthy Lucre" Gameplay Trailer video below:
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