A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher Announced For PS Vita & PS4

Texas-based Ask An Enemy Studios has announced that they will bring A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher to the PS Vita and PS4 in 2016.

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is an arcade-like score chasing shooter centered on two themes: risk and focus. The challenge comes not only from controlling two ships simultaneously but from the player’s ability to focus on his score and deciding if it’s best to stay in and risk losing everything or leave with the score at hand. If his ship is destroyed any score he had becomes zero.

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is set on the planet of Zastrus and playable in split-screen mode. On the left screen there is the HR-D Assault Vessel defending the entrance to Zastrus’ Core while the DF-R Reclaimer is inside recovering resources. Although the HR-D won’t take damage you must manage its fuel consumption. The DF-R will take damage and if it gets destroyed the mission fails and the score will be zero. Additionally, the DF-R can sacrifice Material to refuel the HR-D.

So called “Parts” are the resources that enable the DF-R’s defenses and at least 4 must be in your inventory to leave the planet safely including an intact score. The final score gets multiplied how much Material you were able to retrieve during the mission.

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher will also feature live leaderboards but in a different way. On every new run you will wager part or all of your previous score towards your new score. Your wager is irrelevant until you have reached your previous score. From that point on it’s up to you whether to risk it all or leave with your score and wagered bonus. Depending on your decision, you can go from the top of the leaderboard straight to the bottom.

There will also be a Community Boss Mode that allows the community to interact with the game. Details of this feature will be revealed at a later date.

Check out the A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher Screenshots:


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