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Hypercharge Unboxed news – 2017 game just reached Top 10 on Steam

Updated: Jul 14, 2022 4:56 pm
Hypercharge Unboxed news – 2017 game just reached Top 10 on Steam

It’s been somewhat of a whirlwind for Hypercharge: Unboxed, the brilliant toy-focused shooter that’s taking Steam by Storm.

The game has been out since 2017, but it’s only just made its way into the top 10 on Steam – a major milestone the developer, Digital Cybercherries, rightly celebrated on Twitter.

They posted a tweet saying: “Hypercharge 2017: releases in early access and fails

“Hypercharge 2022: becomes 9th global top seller if at first you do not succeed, try, try again. NEVER GIVE UP!”

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It also smashed past its all-time peak players on Steam, with more than 1,600 players currently enjoying the game.

Don’t let its playful looks deceive you, Hypercharge: Unboxed is enjoyable for all ages

Right now on Steam, you can get 15% off Hypercharge, which takes the game down to £13.16.

On the Nintendo eShop, the Hypercharge Switch price is £19.99 – making it a tad more expensive.

For both the rumoured Xbox and PS versions, we’d expect to see it come in around the same £20 mark, so wouldn’t break the bank.

At the time of writing, we don’t know if a demo version will be offered, as we have seen with the Steam version of the game.

Hypercharge: Unboxed is best enjoyed with friends, with the game supporting single player and 1-4 online and local co-op.

There is also split screen support, and for those playing on PC, full controller support.

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