The Wild Gentlemen, a small studio based in Hungary, recently shared an update regarding the team’s first title. Chicken Police is a story-centered narrative-adventure game in which players will need to question suspects, uncover clues, and get the dirt on the shady characters of Clawville. The team will be showcasing a new demo for the game during Gamescom 2019.
“I get offended if women don’t drink in my company.”
Meet us at @gamescom ❗️Indie Village in Hall 10.2/D031e❗️ and try the new demo firsthand!😎🐔
— Chicken Police 🔜 @gamescom (@ChickenPoliceG) August 15, 2019
In a recent Steam post, the studio announced that they will be attending Gamescom 2019 as well as revealing a brand new demo for Chicken Police. Along with some improvements to the voices, music, and visuals, the team stated that this playable preview will be “almost fully voiced” and will feature “4 locations, 2 interrogations and plenty of awesome characters.” For those planning on stopping by, just keep your eyes open for the studio name (The Wild Gentlemen) and of course the huge rooster head.
Welcome to Clawville, where many dreamed of being a utopia for prey and predator alike. Sadly, that was not the case and the place has become the most dangerous city in the Wilderness. In this game, players will meet Sonny Featherland and Marty MacChicken, retired detectives for the Clawville PD. Predatory division. Nicknamed the Chicken Police, the two were considered legendary partners and viewed as the best of the best. But that was ten years ago. The two had since gone their separate ways: “Sonny is a semi-alcoholic wreck of a bird on paid leave, while Marty still hides behind the facade of a star-detective.” But when a mysterious woman requests their assistance with an errand, the partners are soon called back to take on a case much larger than they ever expected.
If not already, you can take a look at the official teaser trailer for Chicken Police below.
Chicken Police won’t be making its grand debut for a couple of months. According to Steam, the project is currently planned to celebrate its launch on March 20th, 2020. The game will be playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, as well as PC (Steam). Wishlist this title to receive a notification when it becomes available.
For more information, be sure to visit the Chicken Police official website or take a look at its description page on the Steam Store. To stay up to date on all the future news regarding the game’s development, you can sign up for the project’s newsletter to receive email updates and notifications. You can also follow the game’s progress by checking out the team’s social media pages, such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.