One of my favorite Fine Art posts for the 12 months was our showcase for OlliOlli World, so it’s an enormous pleasure that we’re in a position to be taking a look at artwork from Roll7’s newest sport (Rollerdrome, which is out this week) so quickly.
We’ve appeared on the sport just a few occasions on the location already; it’s principally a deathmatch shooter, which mixes skating tips with third-person gunplay. And the place OlliOlli World was an lovely cartoon journey that appears prefer it ought to have its personal animated sequence, Rollerdrome’s cel-shaded aesthetic seems like a comic book from the Eighties met a gory sci-fi film from the Seventies. And I imply all of that in the easiest way attainable.
I ought to notice right here that whereas Rollerdrome is from the identical studio as OlliOlliWorld—Roll7—these are literally totally different artists. Everything you’re seeing beneath is the work of Kim Hu and Grégoire Frot, and also you’ll additionally discover hyperlinks to each their portfolios of their names beneath:
Rollerdrome Is Like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater But With Guns
It’s like Max Payne, Jet Set Radio, and My Friend Pedro had a child collectively…is that attainable?
5 Hot Tips To Survive The Fiery New Skating Shooter From OlliOlli World Devs
Rollerdrome is an indie rollerskating homicide sport from the OlliOlli crew out on Playstation 4, 5, and Steam beginning August 16. Rollerdrome is a single-player third-person shooter that sends you rolling towards your destiny on bulletproof white skates. Rollerdrome is a shaken can of soda, exploding with colour and power, and I used to be in a position to preview it to ship you sizzling gossip on what to anticipate and the best way to play.